• August 25, 2022

Christopher Nunn Injured in Single-Vehicle Accident in Montgomery County, TX

Montgomery County, TX -- August 6, 2022, Christopher Nunn was injured after an accident where a vehicle crashed and overturned.

Authorities reported that the crash took place just before 7:00 a.m. along FM 1485 near Idle Wilde Road.

Christopher Nunn Injured in Single-Vehicle Accident in Montgomery County, TX

According to reports, 32-year-old Christopher Nunn was in a Ford Explorer traveling westbound on FM 1485. The pickup went off the right side of the road where it then overturned.

Due to the crash, Nunn sustained reportedly incapacitating injuries. No others were said to be involved. Authorities said they looked into alcohol as a possible factor, but this cannot be confirmed at this time.

Commentary on Christopher Nunn Car Accident in Montgomery County

Put simply, I'm a bit skeptical that alcohol would be involved here considering the time of the crash. It's not impossible, of course, and it would even raise some red flags since I've handled crashes around this time of the morning where it turned out a bar was responsible for illegally over-serving the victim. But have authorities looked into other possibilities?

If not, there may need to be more thorough investigations into what happened here. A lot of people are more than happy to just blame the driver after a single-vehicle wreck, but I know from experience how important it is to consider other possibilities they may not have had control over. Understanding why that is may prove useful to a lot of folks out there.


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