• August 18, 2022

Kevon Smith, 2 Teenagers Injured in Car Accident in Plano, TX

Plano, TX -- February 12, 2022, Kevon Smith and two teenagers were injured due to an accident where their cars collided on Preston Road.

Investigators reported that the crash took place at around 7:18 p.m. along Preston Road at Towne Square Road.

Kevon Smith, 2 Teenagers Injured in Car Accident in Plano, TX

According to officials, 21-year-old Kevon Smith was in a Chevy Impala traveling southbound along Preston. At Towne Square, authorities say that a Toyota Corolla turning from northbound lanes onto Towne Square entered the path of the Chevy, resulting in a t-bone collision.

Smith and his passenger reportedly had non-incapacitating injuries while the other driver had incapacitating injuries. Right now, additional details about the crash are unavailable.

Commentary on Kevon Smith Car Accident in Plano

When folks see a car accident like this, they tend to assume everything is open-and-shut. It's just a straight-forward collision, right? That could be true, but sometimes there are more complex issues to consider.

What if mechanical defects led to the crash? What if faulty safety devices caused more serious injuries? What if there was missing signage or problems with a traffic signal? These aren't the kinds of things authorities tend to look into, which is why I always rely on more thorough independent investigations. It would do folks good to learn about these situations and what can be done to ensure those involved get as much help as possible.


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