• August 09, 2022

Jayden Neal McLain Killed in 18-wheeler Accident in Brady, TX

Brady, TX -- July 18, 2022, Jayden Neal McLain was killed following an accident involving an 18-wheeler along Bridge Street.

Authorities reported that the crash took place at around 1:46 a.m. along Bridge Street at the intersection of 11th Street.

According to officials, 21-year-old Jayden Neal McLain was in a Ford Fusion traveling southbound on Bridge Street. At 11th, authorities say the vehicle went through the intersection and into oncoming lanes where it crashed head-on with an 18-wheeler. McLain's vehicle then caught fire.

Reports say that McLain succumbed to fatal injuries due to the crash. No other injuries were reported. Authorities have not confirmed a cause for the crash.

Commentary on Jayden Neal McLain 18-wheeler Accident in Brady

With a crash like this, folks may be quick to jump to conclusions. Even authorities seem convinced the driver was speeding and inattentive. It could even be that they were on their way home from a bar, and maybe that bar could be liable for illegally over-serving him. But even other possibilities seem unlikely, a proper investigation will consider them.

Jayden Neal McLain Killed in 18-wheeler Accident in Brady, TX

Mechanical issues, medical emergencies, faulty brakes, tire failures, road hazards, defects--these are all things that have led to fatal wrecks in the past. Without the right investigations, something important can slip through the cracks. Instead of sitting around trying to blame someone who isn't here to defend himself, perhaps time would be better spent ensuring his loved ones knew they were getting the whole story.

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