• September 29, 2022

Debra Allen Hamilton Injured in Car Accident in Harper, TX

Harper, TX -- March 30, 2022, Debra Allen Hamilton was injured due to an accident where two vehicles collided, causing a rollover.

Details suggested that the crash happened at around 7:51 p.m. along US Highway 290 near mile marker 482.

It appears that 68-year-old Debra Allen Hamilton was in a Toyota Sequoia traveling westbound along the highway. It appears that another vehicle rear-ended the Toyota, causing it to veer off-road where it overturned outside a bank.

Hamilton's injuries were described as incapacitating. Occupants of the other vehicle allegedly fled the scene but were apprehended. At this time, no further information is available.

Commentary on Debra Allen Hamilton Car Accident in Harper

It's at least encouraging to see authorities were able to make arrests here. It's always infuriating to see people try to flee their responsibilities after a serious wreck. My concern, however, is authorities often put all of their focus on those runaway drivers. This can cause other potential factors to slip through the cracks.

Debra Allen Hamilton Injured in Car Accident in Harper, TX

For example, when I see a serious crash where only one person was hurt, as is supposedly the case here, it makes me wonder if something went wrong with that person's safety devices. Did their seatbelt lock? Did it stay latched? Did airbags go off? Did the seat stay upright and in place? Likely or not, these issues can turn serious what would otherwise be a less severe crash. Did this crash really get enough attention to get those involved the help they need?


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