• September 29, 2022

Tahereh Tina Mohammad Injured in Car Accident in Dallas, TX

Dallas, TX -- April 7, 2022, Tahereh Tina Mohammad was injured following an accident where her vehicle was t-boned.

Information given suggests that the crash happened at the intersection of Lemmon Avenue and Cole Avenue at around 8:00 p.m.

Officials say that 65-year-old Tahereh Tina Mohammad was the driver of a Honda CR-V traveling southbound along Cole. At Lemmon, it appears an eastbound car hit the passenger side of Mohammad's vehicle.

Mohammad was taken from the scene with what were said to be incapacitating injuries. At this time, additional details are unavailable.

Commentary on Tahereh Tina Mohammad Car Accident in Dallas

Tahereh Tina Mohammad Injured in Car Accident in Dallas, TX

There are all kinds of factors to look into after a crash like this, but there's one possible factor in particular I find rarely gets the attention it deserves. The victim here was said to be in a larger vehicle hit on the side opposite of where she was sitting. It's possible the circumstances surrounding the crash makes that reasonable--the other car going at high speeds, the van's driver side being pushed into a pole, the victim not wearing a seatbelt, etc.

Sometimes, though, that's a sign that something went wrong with the victim's vehicle. Did airbags deploy? Did seatbelts function properly? Is the vehicle built to a reasonably safe standard? Likely or not, it's important serious crashes find their way into the hands of professionals who can ensure nothing important slips through the cracks, regardless of how unlikely it may seem.


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