• August 26, 2022

Keith Williams Injured in Car Accident in San Jacinto County, TX

San Jacinto County, TX -- July 28, 2022, Keith Williams was injured due to an accident where two trucks crashed head-on.

Authorities reported that the crash took place at around 6:40 p.m. along FM 1725 near Collier Road.

In reports, officials said that 46-year-old Keith Fredrick Williams was in a Dodge Dakota traveling northbound on FM 1725. While rounding a curve, it appears Williams's vehicle and an oncoming Ford F-350 truck collided head-on.

Due to the collision, Williams had incapacitating injuries. No other injuries were reported. At this time, the cause of the crash remains unconfirmed.

Commentary on Keith Williams Car Accident in San Jacinto County

I've heard some people talk about crossover wrecks like they're simple. Find out who crossed the center line, and that's that. But a case I had a while back helps show why I say they need to be handled by experienced independent accident reconstructionists.

Keith Williams Injured in Car Accident in San Jacinto County, TX

In this example, police said a car crossed over and hit an 18-wheeler. When we reconstructed things, though, the evidence revealed something else entirely. What actually happened was the 18-wheeler drifted left of center, so the victim swerved left to avoid it. The 18-wheeler driver then veered back into their original lane where the collision occurred.

The officer handling that crash simply wasn't experienced or equipped to handle that sort of serious truck wreck. As a result, a grieving family almost missed the truth of what led to the death of their loved one. I have no specific reason to believe that's happening here, just to be clear. My point is simply that folks can't just wait around and assume authorities have things under control. It can take more significant steps to ensure all the evidence comes to light so those involved can get the help they deserve.

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