• August 24, 2022

Tennessee Man Injured in Single-Vehicle Accident on LBJ Freeway in Irving, TX

Irving, TX -- April 15, 2022, a Tennessee man was injured due to an accident where a vehicle crashed along the LBJ Freeway at MacArthur.

Preliminary reports said that the crash happened at approximately 2:48 a.m. along I 635 at MacArthur Boulevard.

Tennessee Man Injured in Car Accident on LBJ Freeway in Irving, TX

According to officials, a 27-year-old Jackson, Tennessee man was in a Toyota Camry traveling eastbound along the freeway. For reasons unclear, the vehicle ran off-road where it went up the embankment and crashed.

The driver was thrown from the vehicle and reportedly had incapacitating injuries. No other injuries were reported. At this time, additional details are unavailable.

Commentary on Tennessee Man Car Accident on LBJ Freeway in Irving

Something that comes with 30 years of experience with car accidents is the knowledge that there can be unusual circumstances involved in crashes like this which authorities may overlook. For example, they mention the possibility the victim didn't have their seatbelt on here because they were thrown from the vehicle. Is that true, or did the seatbelt fail due to a defect?

I've seen seatbelts break, come unlatched, fail to lock properly, and I've even seen entire seat assemblies lose their integrity during a crash. That's not the kind of thing a driver can really predict or avoid, yet it's something authorities rarely ever consider. There are many possibilities like that which warrant attention. Were they ever given attention here?

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