• August 08, 2022

One Killed in Single-Vehicle Accident on East Grand Avenue in Dallas, TX

Dallas, TX -- August 5, 2022, one person was killed due to an accident where a vehicle crashed along East Grand Avenue.

Investigators reported that the crash took place at around 10:00 p.m. along the 7100 block of East Grand Avenue, near Clermont Avenue.

Dallas, TX Single-Vehicle Accident Kills 1 on East Grand Avenue

According to reports, a Chevy Camaro was traveling along East Grand when it somehow ran off-road. As a result, the car crashed into a tree and a pole, then caught fire.

Due to the crash, the driver of the car sustained fatal injuries. Reports did not identify the victim.

Commentary on Car Accident on East Grand in Dallas

When people see a late night single-vehicle wreck like this, they tend to assume the driver was on their phone or drunk. Those are certainly common factors. Alcohol in particular is worth considering since complicit alcohol providers can be liable if they illegally over-served the driver (this is called dram shop law).

With that being said, it's important investigators also look into other possibilities. Tire blowouts, defects, road hazards, other reckless drivers that left the scene--even if something seems unlikely, getting answers for a victim's family makes it worth the effort. That's especially true if it turns out authorities let something slip through the cracks.

This is an important subject I try to shine a light on, so the article below can help those looking to learn more.


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