• August 10, 2022

Nichole Gray Killed in Single-Vehicle Accident on FM 1753 in Grayson County, TX

Grayson County, TX — August 6, 2022, 36-year-old Nichole Gray died in a single-vehicle accident on Farm to Market Road 1753 in Grayson County.

According to reports the incident happened around 11:00 a.m. FM 1753 near Middle Road. Preliminary investigation suggests Gray was driving a Chrysler 300 south on the roadway when she lost control for unknown reasons. The car veered off the east side of the road and hit a tree.

Gray was taken to an area hospital where she died the following day. A 4-year-old passenger in the Chrysler was also taken to a hospital for treatment of minor injuries.

The investigation is ongoing. No further information is available at this time.

Nichole Gray Killed in Single-Vehicle Accident on FM 1753 in Grayson County, TX

Commentary on Nichole Gray Accident in Grayson County

After a single-vehicle crash like this I'm often concerned that people will be much too quick to blame the victim. Even law enforcement sometimes falls prey to that temptation, as it's much too easy to point fingers at common issues like speeding or distraction.

I'm not saying those factors weren't involved in Grayson County; after all, they're among the most common causes of single-vehicle wrecks. However, nothing should ever be taken for granted without proof. Every possible contributing factor should be considered, even less-likely ones. After all, how many people blamed the victims of the infamous GM ignition switch defect before everyone learned that a faulty part in millions of vehicles was responsible for those wrecks?

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