• September 23, 2022

Decklyn Oliver Injured in Single-Vehicle Accident in Coryell County, TX

Coryell County, TX -- September 4, 2022, Decklyn Oliver was injured after an accident where a vehicle crashed off-road.

In statements, it appears that the crash took place along the side of FM 929 near County Road 145 at around 2:00 a.m.

Decklyn Oliver Injured in Single-Vehicle Accident in Coryell County, TX

According to officials, 21-year-old Decklyn Oliver was in a GMC Sierra traveling northbound along FM 929. The vehicle somehow drifted off the right side of the road where it hit a tree and a fence before overturning.

Oliver had incapacitating injuries as a result of the crash. It appears no one else was involved. The exact cause of the crash is unconfirmed at this time.

Commentary on Decklyn Oliver Car Accident in Coryell County

One of the reasons I take early details like these with a grain of salt is simply because I've seen many times throughout my career how police can make mistakes and overlook important details. Single-vehicle wrecks can make this worse, since the inclination is usually to assume the driver did something wrong. Likely or not, though, there are many possible factors to consider, and some aren't things that drivers can really avoid. That's why it's usually best to ensure there are thorough independent investigations before anyone starts jumping to conclusions.

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