• August 04, 2022

College Station Man Injured in Truck Rollover Accident on Old Bundick in Brazos County, TX

Brazos County, TX -- April 8, 2022, a College Station man was injured in , after an accident where his truck overturned off Old Bundick Road.

Investigators reported that the crash took place just after 7:00 a.m. in the area of Old Bundick Road and Williams Lane.

According to officials, a 39-year-old College Station man was in a Mack truck traveling along westbound Old Bundick Road. Authorities believe the driver fell asleep, causing the truck to go off-road and overturn.

College Station Man Injured in Truck Rollover Accident on Old Bundick in Brazos County, TX

Reports say that the driver had incapacitating injuries due to the crash. No one else appeared to be involved. No further information about the crash can be confirmed at this time.

Commentary on Truck Rollover Accident on Old Bundick in Brazos County

Whether or not it's true that the driver fell asleep, that may not be the most important factor to investigate here. Anytime a driver suffers serious injuries due to a rollover, it's important to find out how reasonable those injuries were. What do I mean by this?

Essentially, there are a lot of truck rollovers where drivers are far more seriously hurt than they should be due to the truck not being built properly. Manufacturers continue to neglect to build their vehicles to withstand what should be relatively minor accidents. As a result, people get killed or seriously hurt in situations where drivers in safer vehicles would likely be fine. This is a complex area of the law to consider, and frankly it is often beyond the capabilities of the authorities. Were steps ever taken here to see if that contributed to this crash?

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