• September 14, 2022

Alex Dean Armstrong Injured in Single-Vehicle Accident in Marion County, TX

Marion County, TX -- March 2, 2022, Alex Dean Armstrong was injured due to an accident where a vehicle crashed and overturned.

Investigations said that the crash happened on Coffeeville Road near Kellyville Cutoff Road at around 3:05 p.m.

Alex Dean Armstrong Injured in Single-Vehicle Accident in Marion County, TX

Officials said that 18-year-old Alex Dean Armstrong was in a pickup traveling eastbound along Coffeeville when it lost control and ran off-road. There, the pickup hit a tree, then overturned.

Details indicate that Armstrong had incapacitating injuries due to the crash. Police mentioned unsafe speeds as a suspected factor. This and other details have no been confirmed.

Commentary on Alex Dean Armstrong Car Accident in Marion County

Quite frankly, unsafe speeds with a teen driver is probably the most common factor one would expect to see, aside from cell phone usage. It's quite possible that happened here. However, I always talk about the importance of giving drivers the benefit of the doubt until all the facts are clear. I don't draw the line at drivers like this just because they're young.

Likely or not, there are many reasons a single-vehicle wreck can occur. Unfortunately authorities tend to only look into some of the more obvious possibilities. That's why important information can easily slip through the cracks. Understanding this can help people take the necessary steps to ensure they're getting the full story.


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