• August 18, 2022

Woman Injured in Car Accident on I-45 at FM 1960 in Harris County, TX

Harris County, TX -- February 7, 2022, a woman sustained injuries due to an accident where two vehicles crashed at I-45 and FM 1960.

Investigators reported that the crash took place at around 12:10 p.m. along the North Freeway service road. According to officials, 23-year-old Lasonya Williams was in a Nissan Altima traveling northbound lanes of the feeder road. While crossing FM 1960, an eastbound car crashed into the side of Williams's vehicle.

Due to the crash, an unidentified 20-year-old woman in Williams's vehicle was said to have incapacitating injuries. No other injuries were reported. At this time, additional details are unavailable.

Commentary on Car Accident at I-45 and FM 1960 in Harris County

With a crash like this, it may be important to look into factors other that what caused the crash itself. Something stands out to me here in that the only person hurt--reportedly seriously so--was the passenger of the first vehicle. Generally speaking, that person would have been in a safer spot, given that the passenger is on the opposite of the impact. This could just be dumb luck or perhaps someone not wearing a seatbelt. Other times, however, that can be a sign that something unforeseeable went wrong.

Woman Injured in Car Accident on I-45 at FM 1960 in Harris County, TX

Did the airbags go off properly? Did the seatbelt work? Was the seat assembly intact? Is there something about this particular vehicle that makes things more dangerous for passengers? Likely or not, this is the sort of thing that shouldn't just slip under the radar. Hopefully experienced professionals were thorough here. Otherwise, it's possible there are more serious issues surrounding this crash which have yet to be addressed.

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