• September 12, 2022

Julia Black Killed, One Injured in Crash on CR 159 in Falls County, TX

UPDATE (September 13, 2022): The person killed in this accident has been identified as 19-year-old Julia Black.

Falls County, TX — September 11, 2022, one person died and another was injured in a rollover accident on County Road 159 in Falls County.

Authorities say the incident happened shortly before 3:00 a.m. on CR 159 near Farm to Market Road 1240. Preliminary investigation suggests that a pickup truck was traveling in the area when the driver lost control for unknown reasons. The truck left the roadway and rolled over at a bridge near Big Creek.

Two people were critically injured in the crash. Both were airlifted to an area hospital, where one died a short time later.

The investigation is ongoing. No further information is currently available.

Julia Black Killed, One Injured in Crash on CR 159 in Falls County, TX

Commentary on Falls County Rollover Crash on CR 159

Reports don't have much to say yet about how or why this accident happened. Some may assume the driver made some kind of mistake, and the time of night may lead to some guesses about drunk driving, but nothing can or should be taken for granted as more dots get connected.

Only the facts of the matter, supported by clear evidence, should tell the story here. That's the best way to ensure the victims' loved ones get some badly-needed answers. Will police invest the time and care needed to get to the bottom of this, or would an independent investigator working specifically on the victims' behalf stand a better chance?

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