• August 12, 2022

Driver Injured in Rollover Crash off Grand Parkway in Harris County, TX

Harris County, TX — January 5, 2022, a 19-year-old driver was seriously injured in a single-vehicle accident off the Grand Parkway in Harris County.

Reports say the incident happened around 8:50 p.m. on the Grand Parkway feeder road near Holzwarth Road. Preliminary investigation suggests a Toyota Scion TC was traveling west on the 2200 block of the feeder road when he lost control for unknown reasons. The car hit the curb, then rolled over twice before stopping in the brush near the roadway.

The car's driver was ejected during the rollover and suffered serious injuries.

No further information is currently available.

Driver Injured in Rollover Crash off Grand Parkway in Harris County, TX

Commentary on Grand Parkway Car Accident in Harris County

After a single-vehicle crash like this I'm often concerned that people will be much too quick to blame the victim. Even police do that prematurely sometimes; for instance, reports about the above accident say the driver took "faulty evasive action," though it's unclear what he might have been evading.

Is it impossible that the driver made a mistake that caused the crash? Of course not. I'm only pointing out that preliminary reports are really just investigators' best guesses about what happened and shouldn't be taken as gospel truth. It's always best to evaluate every possible contributing factor, including things that slip under the radar much too often like vehicle malfunctions or defects.

Investigating a single-vehicle wreck is a lot more complex than most people realize. Ensuring the truth is known means properly evaluating all the variables. To learn more about those, click the image below.

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