• August 11, 2022

Raul Julian Ramos, Abigail Marie Ramos, Child Killed in Truck Accident in Falls County, TX

Falls County, TX -- August 9, 2022, Raul Ramos, Abigail Ramos, and a child were their vehicle crashed with a semi-truck.

Investigators reported that the crash took place outside of Burlington at around 2:10 p.m. on US 77.

According to reports, 24-year-old Raul Julian Ramos, 24-year-old Abigail Marie Ramos, and a child were in a Toyota Corolla traveling northbound on US 77. For reasons unclear, it appears that the car went off the right side of the road, then veered to the left. The car then crashed with a southbound semi-truck.

Raul Julian Ramos, Abigail Marie Ramos, Child Killed in Truck Accident in Falls County, TX

Due to the collision, Raul and Abigail Ramos, along with the child, were killed. It's unclear if there were other injuries due to the crash. Police continue their investigations.

Commentary on Raul Julian Ramos, Abigail Marie Ramos Truck Accident in Falls County

When folks see a car lose control like this, they tend to assume the driver was on their phone, fatigued, speeding, or drunk. Those are all possibilities that warrant attention, but those are the kinds of things one typically sees late at night or early in the morning. Though possible, could it be something else happened? Was there a tire blowout? A steering column failure? Road hazards? A medical emergency? Some other unforeseeable defect?

Unlikely as they may be, there are factors the authorities tend to overlook which warrant attention. Considering the absolute devastation of a crash like this, I see no reason not to take every possible step to ensure the victims' loved ones at least know they're getting all the facts. Are those steps being taken here?

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