• September 09, 2022

Woman Killed, 3 Injured in Truck Accident on Highway 56 in Southmayd, TX

Southmayd, TX -- September 8, 2022, a woman was killed and three people were injured due to an accident where a car and a truck crashed.

Details released indicated that the crash took place in the afternoon hours of Thursday. It happened in the area of Highway 56 and Highway 289 outside of Sherman. The cause remains unclear.

Southmayd, TX Truck Accident Kills Woman, Injures 3 on Highway 56

It appears that a woman, described only as "elderly," was in a blue vehicle traveling eastbound. It somehow collided with a white truck traveling westbound. Due to the crash, the woman sustained fatal injuries. Three people in the truck had unspecified injuries. No further information is available at this time.

Commentary on Truck Accident on Highway 56 in Southmayd

It's not all that unusual to see a deadly wreck with scarce details like this. It takes a lot of care and experience to properly handle the evidence of a serious crash, so I wouldn't expect to see an exhaustive report in the news so soon. But one thing to keep in mind is that waiting around for the police isn't always the best approach for a grieving family or for victims in need of help. In fact, it can often be a very bad choice.

This is simply because not every department is equipped to handle a serious accident, and that means important information can slip through the cracks. I do what I can to make sure people understand this so they can take the appropriate steps to ensure their accident is in the right hands.


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