• September 13, 2022

Corey Augusta Brister Injured in Car Accident in Corpus Christi, TX

Corpus Christi, TX -- March 6, 2022, Corey Augusta Brister was injured after an accident where two vehicles collided.

Initial details made available indicated that the incident happened along South Padre Island Drive at Airline Road.

Corey Augusta Brister Injured in Car Accident in Corpus Christi, TX

Officials said that 30-year-old Corey Augusta Brister was in a Hyundai Accent traveling eastbound on SPID. At Airline, Brister's vehicle crossed paths with a northbound Mercedes-Benz, resulting in a collision.

Due to the collision, Brister was said to have incapacitating injuries. The other driver's condition wasn't specified. No further information is currently available.

Commentary on Corey Augusta Brister Car Accident in Corpus Christi

Crashes like this stand out to me when it appears only one person was seriously hurt. It's one thing if someone is in a large truck, but two cars crashing and only one person seriously hurt? It could be dumb luck or failure to wear a seatbelt. It could also be a sign something didn't work right. Seatbelts, airbags, brakes, seat assemblies, crumple zones--manufacturers make mistakes, and that can cause people to be seriously injured when they'd otherwise be more or less okay. Are steps being taken to consider such possibilities here?


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