• August 03, 2022

Missouri City Man Killed in Truck Accident on I-30 in Hopkins County, TX

Hopkins County, TX -- June 22, 2022, a Missouri City man was killed after an accident where a semi-truck crashed off I-30.

Authorities reported that the crash took place at around 4:30 p.m. along I-30 near mile marker 135. It appears that a 67-year-old Missouri City man was in a semi-truck traveling eastbound along the interstate. It appears that the truck veered onto the median where it then crashed into a retaining wall. The driver sustained fatal injuries due to the crash. Right now, no additional details are available.

Commentary on Missouri City Man Truck Accident on I-30 in Hopkins County

It's not clear what exactly went wrong here, but folks tend to assume the truck driver did something wrong. That's entirely possible, but it would be irresponsible to ignore other possibilities, however unlikely they may seem.

Missouri City Man Killed in Truck Accident on I-30 in Hopkins County, TX

There may have been mechanical issues, a tire blowout, a medical emergency, road hazards, or other factors beyond the driver's control. It's even possible their mistakes can involve more complex issues, such as a crash I handled where a truck driver fell asleep at the wheel because his employer would threaten drivers with their jobs if they failed to meet ludicrous deadlines which all but demanded they drive recklessly.

Folks often see attorneys like me as anti-trucker, but the reality is anyone with as much experience as I have in this field knows how often that people, including authorities, overlook crashes like this. Put simply, more thorough investigations could reveal crucial details the victim's loved ones need to here. It's important steps are taken to get those answers and ensure nothing slips through the cracks.


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