• October 07, 2022

Pleasanton Woman Killed, 4 Injured in Car Accident in Medina County, TX

Medina County, TX -- September 3, 2022, a Pleasanton woman was killed and four people were injured following a two car accident.

Authorities said the crash happened at around 6:30 a.m. along US Highway 90 at County Road 424.

Pleasanton Woman Killed, 4 Injured in Car Accident in Medina County, TX

Officials said that a 23-year-old Pleasanton woman was in a Ford Escape traveling on CR-424. While crossing the US 90 intersection, an eastbound Dodge Ram crashed into the side of the Ford.

Due to the collision, the Pleasanton woman sustained fatal injuries. The Dodge driver, identified as 29-year-old Corina Borrego, and three others in the car sustained injuries described as non-incapacitating.

Right now, additional details are unavailable.

Commentary on Pleasanton Woman Car Accident in Medina County

Something I talk about a lot on this blog is the importance of considering all possible factors before jumping to conclusions. Folks tend to think of crashes like this as straight-forward, but that's not always true. It's even possible police aren't really being as thorough as they should be.

For example, I looked into a crash a while back where authorities said a man ran a stop sign, and a truck hit and killed him. Some time later, however, further investigations revealed that TxDOT had removed those stop signs earlier in the day, then forgot to replace the signs. That's certainly an unusual factor, but it's an example of why there usually need to be further investigations beyond the police alone. It can be vital for victims and families in need of answers.

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