• September 26, 2022

Patricia Cave Killed in Car Accident in Southlake, TX

Southlake, TX -- September 23, 2022, Patricia Cave was killed following an accident where a vehicle struck Cave in the roadway.

Officials were called out to the 400 block of Highway 114 at around 10:20 p.m. It appears that Cave was in the roadway when a gray Kia hit her. It's unclear where exactly Cave was, and reports give no other specifics about the driver, if they stayed at the scene, or whether or not charges are pending.

Due to the collision, Cave sustained injuries which proved fatal. No further information about the accident is available at this time.

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Patricia Cave Killed in Car Accident in Southlake, TX

Folks tend to think pedestrian accidents are always pretty simple, so a lack of details like this may not seem like a big deal. In my experience, though, a lack of information can be a sign authorities aren't really giving an incident the attention it deserves. That's why I typically rely on independent investigators to ensure families get the whole story. Perhaps nothing unusual happened here, but it's important to let the facts speak for themselves in case there are steps the victim's loved ones need to take going forward.


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