• July 26, 2022

Jimmy Martin Injured in Car Accident in Mesquite, TX

Mesquite, TX -- July 8, 2022, Jimmy Martin was injured following an accident where two vehicles collided on the roadway.

Investigators reported that the crash took place at around 12:38 p.m. along Belt Line Road off the corner of Bruton Lane.

According to officials, 68-year-old Jimmy Martin was in a Kia Sorento traveling westbound along Bruton Lane. At Belt Line, Martin entered northbound lanes, and a Toyota Camry t-boned Martin's vehicle.

Martin had incapacitating injuries due to the crash. Right now, no further information about the crash is available.

Commentary on Jimmy Martin Car Accident in Mesquite

Folks often look at crashes like this as open-and-shut, but there can always be unusual possible factors to consider which police often overlook. For example, a t-bone collision like this warrants examining whether or not the victim's vehicle had side airbags and whether or not they functioned properly.

Jimmy Martin Injured in Car Accident in Mesquite, TX

At a certain point, those airbags will only do so much, but below certain speeds, they should protect a motorist from serious injuries. Failing to do that properly can be a sign that the airbags or something else went wrong. Now, maybe nothing like that happened here--it's not exactly common. But when folks are skeptical that there would be anything worth looking into following a crash like this, it's my experience with things like that which help to show why being more thorough is so important.

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