• August 18, 2022

Five Injured in Car Accident on Aldine Westfield Road in Harris County, TX

Harris County, TX -- February 6, 2022, five people were injured due to an accident where two vehicles collided along Aldine Westfield.

In initial reports, officials said that the crash happened just before 7:00 p.m. at the intersection of Aldine Westfield Road and Bertrand Street.

According to reports, a Chevy Silverado was traveling northbound on Aldine Westfield. At Bertrand, it appears that a Kia Forte went through the intersection, and the pickup t-boned it.

From the Kia, three passengers had reportedly incapacitating injuries. The Chevy driver was said to have non-incapacitating injuries while the Kia driver's condition wasn't specified.

No further information is available at this time.

Commentary on Car Accident on Aldine Westfield Road in Harris County

It stands out whenever some people in a crash are apparently seriously injured while others aren't. That can simply be down to bad luck or perhaps not being properly secured, and it can also depend on where someone is in the vehicle relative to the collision. But considering the driver closest to the impact here may not have even been hurt, why were others in the vehicle hurt so badly?

Harris County, TX Car Accident Injures 5 on Aldine Westfield Road

Were there some kind of defects with seatbelts or airbags which caused this crash to be more serious than it should have been? If nothing else, that's something authorities tend to overlook. More thorough investigations here could reveal new information.

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