• September 22, 2022

Michelle Guns Killed in Car Accident in Odessa, TX

Odessa, TX -- September 21, 2022, Michelle Guns was killed due to an accident where her vehicle and another vehicle crashed head-on.

Michelle Guns Killed in Car Accident in Odessa, TX

Investigators were called to the crash scene at around 7:00 a.m. It occurred along the service road of I-20, on which officials say 29-year-old Michelle Guns was traveling westbound. Guns may have been passing a vehicle when it was said to have collided head-on with an eastbound pickup.

Due to the collision, Guns sustained fatal injuries. It's unclear if any other injuries occurred. No further information is available at this time.

Commentary on Michelle Guns Car Accident in Odessa

It may sound obvious to say crashes like this require thorough investigations, but folks don't often know what that really entails. I can't begin to count how many times families came to me about a deadly crash police looked into only to come up near empty handed. Authorities don't always have the training or equipment to look into more complex factors, meaning details can easily slip through the cracks without the right professionals handling things. Understanding this is often a crucial step toward getting the right people to look into the crash so the victims and families have the opportunity to get the help and the answers they deserve.

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