• August 03, 2022

Marvin Rose Killed, Three Injured in I-35 Crash in Selma, TX

Selma, TX — August 2, 2022, 63-year-old Marvin Rose died and three people were hurt in a multi-vehicle collision on Interstate 35 in Selma.

According to reports the incident happened shortly before 8:00 a.m. on I-35. Preliminary investigation suggests only that three-vehicles collided in the area for reasons that aren't yet known.

Marvin Rose was pronounced dead at the scene. Three other people hurt in the crash were taken to local hospitals for treatment of minor injuries.

No further information is currently available.

Commentary on Marvin Rose Accident on I-35 in Selma

It doesn't sound right now like police are too sure how this unfortunate crash occurred. No doubt they'll work their way through some of the most common causes like driver inattention, speeding, or fatigue while they're looking to explain things, but I hope they won't fixate so much on the "greatest hits" that they neglect to look into less-common issues like poor road conditions and vehicular malfunctions or defects.

Marvin Rose Killed, Three Injured in I-35 Crash in Selma, TX

I'm not trying to overcomplicate things by suggesting all those areas of investigation; actually I'm trying to say that accidents are already complicated and the mistake is thinking they aren't. People are often much too quick to dismiss a crash as being one driver or another's fault, only for careful investigation to show something completely out of anyone's control was really to blame.

I don't know if that'll be the case here but it's important not to take anything for granted before the facts can do the talking. Will appropriate patience and care be shown here to get to the bottom of what happened?

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