• August 31, 2022

Jamie Dee Boon Killed in Truck Accident in Erath County, TX

Erath County, TX -- July 29, 2022, Jamie Dee Boon was killed due to an accident where her vehicle crashed with an 18-wheeler.

Investigators reported that the crash took place at around 10:15 a.m. along US Highway 67 near the intersection of County Road 200.

Jamie Dee Boon Killed in Truck Accident in Erath County, TX

According to officials, 31-year-old Jamie Dee Boon was in a Nissan Rogue traveling eastbound along the highway. In a series of events unclear, the vehicle crashed into the back of an 18-wheeler.

Due to the collision, Boon sustained fatal injuries. No additional details about the crash are available at this time.

Commentary on Jamie Dee Boon 18-wheeler Accident in Erath County

Folks may think this is all pretty straight forward, and maybe it is. But sometimes, more thorough investigations can reveal extenuating circumstances authorities overlooked.

Not long ago, for example, our investigations showed that a woman who turned into the path of an 18-wheeler wasn't just being inattentive and reckless. Evidence showed that it was foggy at the time, that the truck involved was going too fast for conditions, and that the truck's lights were clouded and dim.

I'm not saying that happened here, of course, but authorities overlook all kinds of crucial details if they aren't careful enough. That's why I do what I can to remind people of those shortcomings so they understand the importance of more thorough independent investigations after a serious truck wreck like this.

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