• August 31, 2022

Travis Cook Killed in Car Accident on Running Water Road near Canyon, TX

Canyon, TX — August 30, 2022, 48-year-old Travis Cook died in a single-vehicle rollover accident on Running Water Road near Canyon.

Reports say the incident happened Tuesday on southbound Running Water Road. Preliminary investigation suggests Cook was driving south when he lost control for unknown reasons. The truck veered off the road into the south ditch and Cook over-corrected, causing the vehicle to side-skid through the road and roll over in the north ditch.

Cook, reportedly not wearing a seat belt, was ejected from the car.

The investigation continues. No further information is currently available.

Travis Cook Killed in Car Accident on Running Water Road near Canyon, TX

Commentary on Travis Cook Accident near Canyon

One of the biggest hurdles I encounter is the assumption that single-vehicle accidents are easily explained and can be blamed without reservation on the driver. Is operator error a common cause of these accidents? Sure. However, there's often a great deal more to the story that should be accounted for rather than quickly pointing fingers.

Whether they're as likely or not, many other potential factors must be considered. Unfortunately authorities also jump to conclusions sometimes and overlook those less-likely issues in their hurry to find a "bad guy," so it's important to learn what a more comprehensive investigation--one that respects the complexity of an accident--might involve. Click below to learn more.

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