• July 25, 2022

Terrance Green Injured in Car Accident in Lee County, TX

Lee County, TX -- July 2, 2022, Terrance Green was injured due to an accident where a vehicle crashed along the roadway.

In their reports, officials said that the crash took place at around 9:02 p.m. along County Road 327 near County Road 329.

According to reports, 55-year-old Terrance Green was in a Nissan Maxima traveling westbound along the roadway. Somehow, the vehicle went off-road and crashed into a power pole.

The crash reportedly resulted in incapacitating injuries. It cannot be confirmed at this time if alcohol or other potential factors contributed to the crash.

Commentary on Terrance Green Car Accident in Lee County

Folks often assume a single-vehicle wreck like this is the result of drunk driving. I wouldn't suggest overlooking that possibility, especially if a local bar is responsible for illegally over-serving the victim. But there are plenty of other factors that even the authorities tend to overlook.

Terrance Green Injured in Car Accident in Lee County, TX

With rollover wrecks, for example, did safety features function properly? Did the seatbelt stay secured? Did the roof hold up appropriately? Did the seat assembly stay put? Likely or not, these are the things that more thorough independent investigators know to look for. That's why that crashes like this are often better off in the hands of experienced professionals.


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