• July 21, 2022

Helena Evans Injured in Trail Ride Accident in Centerville, TX

Centerville, TX -- July 16, 2022, Helena Evans sustained serious injuries due to an accident that occurred during a trail ride party.

According to reports, the incident happened over the weekend during a trail ride party. Family members told reporters that 20-year-old Helena Evans was on a trailer when she somehow fell off. Evans's leg became caught in the trailer, dragging her.

Reports say the trailer dragged her for "miles" because the driver somehow did not hear people calling for them to stop. As a result of the accident, Evans lost her leg. Right now, additional details about the accident are unavailable.

Commentary on Helena Evans Trail Ride Accident in Centerville

There isn't much information about what happened here, but concerns expressed by family in the news certainly suggest there are serious issues surrounding these kinds of events. One concern, for example, was the possibility of underage drinking.

Helena Evans Injured in Trail Ride Accident in Centerville, TX

Was this an organized event? Is there a business out there that is benefiting off of illegally hosting underage drinkers, or perhaps even directly serving them alcohol? Was the person pulling the trailer intoxicated? And how did they manage to pull someone for miles? Is there no system in place for emergencies? There just doesn't seem to be enough oversight if something this awful can happen. Steps should absolutely be taken to get to the bottom of what happened here, who's responsible, and how this sort of thing can be prevented in the future.


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