• September 29, 2022

Natalie Williamson, Alfredo Ramirez Salazar Injured in Car Accident in Kendleton, TX

Kendleton, TX -- March 28, 2022, Natalie Williamson and Alfredo Ramirez Salazar were injured after an accident where their cars collided.

Officials indicated that the incident took place at around 8:15 p.m. along US Highway 59 near mile marker 556.

Natalie Williamson, Alfredo Ramirez Salazar Injured in Car Accident in Kendleton, TX

It appears that 54-year-old Alfredo Ramirez Salazar was in a Ford F-150 traveling southbound on US 59. Ramirez Salazar's vehicle began to slow down, but a Chevy Camaro apparently did not slow down and crashed into the pickup.

Statements say that Ramirez Salazar and the other driver, identified as 24-year-old Natalie Williamson, sustained incapacitating injuries. A passenger in the Ford had injuries described as non-incapacitating.

Williamson apparently told authorities that her brakes failed. This has not yet been confirmed.

Commentary on Natalie Williamson, Alfredo Ramirez Salazar Car Accident in Kendleton

Just to be frank up front, claims of brake failure are always suspicious simply due to statistics. They're just not that common. But that's no reason to accuse anyone of making it up without any clear evidence. Besides, if brake failure was a factor here, it could be the result of a serious defect putting other lives at risk. That's why it's frustrating when folks come to me about crashes like this, and we find police barely even looked into things. Getting people the help they need means letting the evidence speak for itself. Are those steps being taken here?

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