• September 15, 2022

Courdney Collette Wilson Injured in Car Accident in Dallas, TX

Dallas, TX -- March 18, 2022, Courdney Collette Wilson was injured after an accident where two vehicles collided.

Preliminary accounts given by officials said that the incident took place at around 1:41 a.m. along Lemmon Avenue at the intersection of Mockingbird Lane.

Authorities indicated that 31-year-old Courdney Collette Wilson was driving a Ford Escape eastbound on Mockingbird. Wilson reported having a green light while crossing, and Wilson's vehicle crashed with a car traveling northbound on Lemmon.

Wilson was said to have incapacitating injuries due to the crash. The other driver's condition wasn't specified. At this time, additional details about the crash can't be confirmed.

Commentary on Courdney Collette Wilson Car Accident in Dallas

There's something that stood out to me here which I rarely see authorities look into on their own. When a t-bone crash like this happens, one generally expects the people farther from the point of impact to be either less seriously injured or at least similarly injured as others involved. Here, the victim had apparently serious injuries while no one else appeared to be seriously hurt. So what happened? And why does it matter?

Courdney Collette Wilson Injured in Car Accident in Dallas, TX

Put simply, modern vehicles have become much better at protecting motorists in side impacts like this. If someone in the victim's position is the only one serious hurt, it could be a sign some safety feature was missing, didn't work properly, or simply didn't work at all. Did authorities make sure to check things like airbags, seatbelts, seat assemblies, etc. to ensure nothing went wrong? Quite frankly, that is often the kind of thing better off in the hands of independent accident reconstructionists.

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