• October 05, 2022

Jeffrey Stewart, Ronald Presley Killed in Truck Accident in Runnels County, TX

Runnels County, TX -- September 27, 2022, Jeffrey Stewart and Ronald Presley were killed after an accident involving a semi-truck.

Authorities were called out to the area of US Highway 83 just south of Winters.

Jeffrey Stewart, Ronald Presley Killed in Truck Accident in Runnels County, TX

It appears that 74-year-old Ronald Presley was in a pickup traveling northbound. 43-year-old Jeffrey Stewart was said to be in a southbound car behind a semi-truck. Police say they believe that the pickup somehow entered oncoming lanes, hitting both the semi and Stewart's vehicle.

Due to the collision, both Stewart and Presley sustained fatal injuries. No other injuries were reported. At this time, additional details about the crash are unavailable.

Commentary on Jeffrey Stewart, Ronald Presley Truck Accident in Runnels County

To be clear, I don't know anything about this crash which isn't already publicly available. Quite frankly, even those details are worth taking with a grain of salt. Any deadly crash is going to present significant challenges, but a head-on crash--especially one involving a commercial truck--is likely to be that much more difficult. That's why it's crucial experienced professionals have a chance to look into things as soon as possible. The families deserve to know they're getting the full story, and simply waiting around for authorities isn't likely to give them that. The article below sheds light on why that is. Hopefully steps are taken here to ensure nothing important slips through the cracks.

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