• August 23, 2022

Bralen DuJuan Curvey Killed in Single-Vehicle Accident in Fort Worth, TX

Fort Worth, TX -- May 17, 2022, Bralen DuJuan Curvey was killed following an accident where a car crashed off-road.

Authorities reported that the incident took place at around 3:00 a.m. along Mitchell Boulevard at Wilbarger Street.

Bralen DuJuan Curvey Killed in Single-Vehicle Accident in Fort Worth, TX

According to initial reports, 38-year-old Bralen DuJuan Curvey was in a Chevy Impala traveling along Mitchell. The vehicle somehow lost control, causing it to run off-road and hit a pole.

As a result of the crash, Curvey sustained fatal injuries. No others were said to be involved. Investigations are ongoing at this time.

Commentary on Bralen DuJuan Curvey Car Accident in Fort Worth

When it comes to single-vehicle wrecks, folks are quick to blame the driver. Part of that is due to many crashes like this involving fatigue, alcohol, and distracted driving. But overlooking other possibilities would be outright irresponsible. Mechanical issues, road hazards, manufacturing defects, other drivers that left the scene--common or not, these all are worth attention if a victim's loved ones are going to get the answers they deserve. Unfortunately, even authorities can overlook these possible factors, which is why more thorough independent investigations are often necessary. Are those steps being taken here?

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