• September 16, 2022

Billie Estella Sizemore, 3 Injured in Single-Vehicle Accident in Cherokee County, TX

Cherokee County, TX -- March 14, 2022, Billie Estella Sizemore and three others were injured due to an accident where their vehicle crashed.

Billie Estella Sizemore, 3 Injured in Single-Vehicle Accident in Cherokee County, TX

Investigators were called to the area of FM 1910 and County Road 1710 at around 2:00 p.m. It appears that 69-year-old Billie Estella Sizemore was in a Nissan Titan traveling southbound along the roadway. While rounding a curve, the pickup reportedly went off-road where it overturned.

Due to the crash, a 13-year-old in Sizemore's vehicle had incapacitating injuries. Two other teenagers along with Sizemore were said to have non-incapacitating injuries. At this time, additional details are unavailable.

Commentary on Billie Estella Sizemore Car Accident in Cherokee County

Almost every time I see a crash like this, it's accompanied by all kinds of accusations that the driver must have been doing something wrong. Quite frankly, that's the most likely explanation. But ignoring other possibilities would just be plain irresponsible. Anything from a medical condition to a tire blowout to a mechanical defect can cause crashes like this. Were authorities ever thorough enough to ensure they were getting the full story?

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