• September 12, 2022

Driver Injured in Single-Vehicle Accident on FM 27 in Wortham, TX

Wortham, TX -- September 10, 2022, one person was injured as the result of an accident where their vehicle crashed off FM 27.

Investigators responded to the area at around 10:00 p.m. along FM 27 between North 4th Street and Highway 14/North 3rd.

Wortham, TX Single-Vehicle Accident Injures Driver on FM 27 at Hwy. 14

Witnesses said that a vehicle traveling along FM 27/San Saba Avenue was going at high speeds when it may have gone through a stop light. The vehicle then ran off-road where it hit a tree, overturned, and caught fire.

Police say the driver was taken to a hospital following their investigations. The exact cause of the crash remains unclear.

Commentary on Single-Vehicle Accident on FM 27 in Wortham

With a crash like this, it's important not to jump to conclusions until all the facts can be made clear. It's easy enough to assume a driver was doing something reckless, like driving drunk. In fact, that can be crucial to look into since a bar could be liable for illegally over-serving the driver. With that said, though, I wouldn't rule out things like mechanical issues, medical emergency, or defective parts without proper investigations. Understanding why that is means understanding just how often a single-vehicle involves factors that authorities don't often consider.


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