• September 19, 2022

Jeanelle Tennison Killed in Car Accident in Abilene, TX

Abilene, TX -- September 15, 2022, Jeanelle Tennison was killed due to an accident where multiple vehicles crashed at an intersection.

Details released said that the incident happened at approximately 5:19 p.m. on Elmdale Road at FM 18.

Jeanelle Tennison Killed in Car Accident in Abilene, TX

Officials said that 70-year-old Jeanelle Tennison was in a vehicle traveling westbound on FM 18. When a Ford F-150 attempted to turn onto Elmdale Road, it somehow collided with Tennison's vehicle.

Due to the collision, Tennison sustained fatal injuries. Two others involved were said to have serious injuries. No further information about the accident is available at this time.

Commentary on Jeanelle Tennison Car Accident in Abilene

When it comes to a deadly wreck like this, folks tend to think it's all about who had the right-of-way or whether or not someone was on their phone or drunk. Those are all common factors worth considering. But it would be outright irresponsible not to consider other possible factors. Were there mechanical issues? Did everyone's airbags and seatbelts work properly? Is this a notoriously dangerous intersection? I've been doing this for 30 years, and quite frankly authorities don't always tell the whole story. It's why there should always be some consideration for who's looking into a crash and whether or not they're asking the right questions.


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