• August 12, 2022

Driver Injured in Rollover Accident on Johnson Way in Comal County, TX

Comal County, TX — January 18, 2022, a 21-year-old man was seriously injured in a single-vehicle accident on Johnson Way in Comal County.

Reports say the incident happened around 12:40 a.m. on Johnson Way near Clover Pass Road. Preliminary investigation suggests the victim was driving a BMW 335 sedan south on the roadway when the driver lost control for unknown reasons. The car passed through the northbound lanes and rolled over in the east drainage ditch. It slid a short distance in the ditch then came to rest upright on the northbound shoulder.

The car's driver suffered serious injuries in the accident.

No further information is currently available.

Driver Injured in Rollover Accident on Johnson Way in Comal County, TX

Commentary on Johnson Way Car Accident in Comal County

After a single-vehicle crash like this I'm often concerned that people too-quickly blame the victim. Even police do that prematurely sometimes; for instance, reports about the above accident say the driver was speeding and took "faulty evasive action"--a common term for steering out of control.

Am I saying those didn't happen? Not at all; both are commonly involved in many solo wrecks. However, I also know from long experience that there's often more to the story that gets overlooked in favor of a neatly-wrapped explanation like that. Plenty of other things could have contributed to the crash, including several issues that fly under a police investigator's radar way too often like vehicle defects or malfunctions.

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

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