• August 18, 2022

Cindy Alondra Vasquez, Adam James Phillips Killed, David Roque Tijerina Injured in Car Accident in Houston, TX

Houston, TX -- February 10, 2022, Cindy Vasquez and Adam Phillips were killed and David Tijerina was injured after a car accident.

Authorities reported that the crash took place at around 11:00 p.m. along the US 290 service road at Hollister Road.

According to officials, 28-year-old David Roque Tijerina and 23-year-old Cindy Alondra Vasquez were in a Chevy Silverado traveling eastbound on the service road. 25-year-old Adam James Phillips was in a Honda Civic traveling southbound on Hollister. At the intersection, the two vehicles collided.

Cindy Vasquez, Adam Phillips Killed, David Tijerina Injured in Car Accident in Houston, TX

As a result of the collision, the Chevy overturned, ejecting Vasquez. Vasquez sustained fatal injuries in the crash while Tijerina reportedly had incapacitating injuries. Phillips also died due to the crash. Right now, additional details are unavailable.

Commentary on Cindy Vasquez, Adam Phillips, David Tijerina Car Accident in Houston

Something that folks don't often consider is just how complex a crash like this can be. It's not always as simple as seeing who failed to yield, if alcohol was involved, or if someone was on their cell phone. Other important factors are worth looking into, and even authorities may let those things slip through the cracks if they aren't careful.

Was there missing signage or faulty signals? Did someone's vehicle have defects? Did airbags and seatbelts function properly? Is this a notoriously dangerous intersection? Likely or not, looking into these things can be crucial for victims and families. That's why it's important to understand why there need to be steps taken to look into whatever authorities may have overlooked.

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