• September 13, 2022

Aimee Dietzel Matthews, Teen Injured in Car Accident in Van Zandt County, TX

Van Zandt County, TX -- March 7, 2022, Aimee Dietzel Matthews and a teenager were injured due to an accident where their vehicle overturned.

Preliminary details indicated that the incident happened at around 6:15 p.m. along RM 2909 near CR-4202.

It appears 48-year-old Aimee Dietzel Matthews was driving a Toyota Tacoma southbound on RM 2909 when a dog in the vehicle may have created a distraction. The vehicle then went off-road where it crashed and overturned.

Due to the crash, Matthews sustained incapacitating injuries while a 16-year-old reportedly had non-incapacitating injuries. Additional details regarding the crash have yet to be released.

Commentary on Aimee Dietzel Matthews Car Accident in Van Zandt County

I often talk about how just about every serious crash warrants thorough independent investigations. Folks tend to counter with crashes like the one described here. Officials claim a dog in the vehicle distracted the driver, and that led to the crash. What else could there possibly be to consider? Well, likely or not, maybe the injuries here didn't need to be so serious.

Aimee Dietzel Matthews, Teen Injured in Car Accident in Van Zandt County, TX

There was a crash a while back I was speaking to a colleague about where a driver was texting and driving when they hit a truck. However, the speeds were low enough that they should have been more or less okay. As it turned out, police overlooked that the woman's airbag was defective and failed to protect her.

I'm not saying anything like that happened here, but that's not the sort of thing one should risk letting slip through the cracks. A lot of folks out there find themselves in a situation where they feel there is more to things than police are letting on. When they think that, it's often prudent to ensure more experienced investigators look into things.

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