• September 01, 2022

Aiden Patrick Bice, 1 Injured in 18-wheeler Accident in Montgomery County, TX

Montgomery County, TX -- August 22, 2022, Aiden Patrick Bice and another person were injured after an accident where a semi hit their car.

Preliminary details made available suggest the incident happened at around 6:16 a.m. in the area of Rayford Road and Aldine Westfield Road.

Aiden Patrick Bice, 1 Injured in 18-wheeler Accident in Montgomery County, TX

According to officials, it is believed that 35-year-old Aiden Patrick Bice was in a Jeep Wrangler traveling eastbound along Rayford. At Aldine Westfield, it appears Bice attempted to make a left turn. This is when a westbound 18-wheeler crashed into the side of the Jeep.

Bice was said to have non-incapacitating injuries while a child in the vehicle reportedly had incapacitating injuries. No further information about the crash can be confirmed at this time.

Commentary on Aiden Patrick Bice 18-wheeler Accident in Montgomery County

It's not really clear what happened here, and I certainly wouldn't go jumping to conclusions without more thorough investigations. But no matter what, it's always important folks understand what they could be up against. Police aren't always as thorough as one would hope, and this leaves a lot of room for trucking companies to tip the scales in their favor. Are steps being taken to ensure that doesn't happen here?


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