• October 06, 2022

John Ussery Killed in Car Accident in Medina County, TX

Medina County, TX -- September 20, 2022, John Ussery was killed after an accident where Ussery's vehicle crashed off the side of the road.

John Ussery Killed in Car Accident in Medina County, TX

Investigations said that the crash happened along the side of County Road 211 at around 11:00 p.m. 36-year-old John Ussery was apparently driving a Ford F-250 eastbound on CR 211. Somehow, the vehicle ran off-road, then hit a tree.

Ussery sustained fatal injuries due to the crash. It appears at this time that no one else was involved.

Commentary on John Ussery Car Accident in Medina County

When a tragic crash like this occurs, it's vital to ensure investigations are truly being thorough. Something that stood out to me are some sources suggesting alcohol and speed may have been a factor here. Now, I don't have any reason to contradict that, but I don't trust early information without seeing evidence for myself. If alcohol was a factor, then it's important the family knows if some local business illegally over-served the victim. Regardless, though, that shouldn't stop investigators from looking into other possibilities, likely or not. In the article below, I explain why this prudence is so important and what all authorities can overlook in their investigations. Whether or not there's more to this story could depend on more thorough professionals.

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