• August 10, 2022

Tammy Hamilton Dead, Tausha Redic Injured in Henderson County, TX Auto Accident

Henderson County, TX — August 9, 2022, Tammy Hamilton died and Tausha Redic was injured in a crossover accident on Farm to Market Road 315 in Henderson County.

Authorities say the incident happened shortly before 6:00 p.m. on FM 315, just south of Chandler. Preliminary investigation suggests 56-year-old Hamilton was driving a Toyota Camry north on the roadway as 53-year-old Redic was driving a Kia Sorento south in the opposite lane. Hamilton reportedly crossed over the center line for unknown reasons and collided head-on with the southbound Kia.

Hamilton was pronounced dead at the scene. Redic was transported to a local hospital for treatment of unspecified injuries.

No further information is available at this time.

Commentary on Tammy Hamilton, Tausha Redic Accident in Henderson County

The circumstances leading up to a wreck like this can drastically alter what happens after it, which is why it's important to find out why one driver allegedly crossed the center line. Was she distracted by something? If so, what? Did she have a medical emergency? Did the car lose traction or blow a tire? Could it have had a mechanical malfunction or defect that sent it off-course? What were road and weather conditions like in the area? Once the other driver has a chance to heal, could she shed any light on how things happened? Were there any other witnesses?

Tammy Hamilton Dead, Tausha Redic Injured in Henderson County, TX Auto Accident

The point of digging deep and trying to learn exactly what happened isn't to overcomplicate things or point fingers. I read the same reports as everyone else, and it's their vagueness that makes it clear more work is needed. At the very least everyone affected by this terrible incident deserves clarification about its circumstances; anything beyond bringing them answers would probably depend on what is learned through rigorous investigation.

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