• October 11, 2022

Driver Injured in Car, Building Accident on NW 25th Street in Fort Worth, TX

Fort Worth, TX -- October 10, 2022, one person was injured due to an accident where a vehicle crashed into a building off NW 25th Street.

Investigators were called to the intersection of NW 25th Street and Refugio Avenue at around 1:00 a.m.

Fort Worth, TX Car, Building Accident Injures 1 on NW 25th Street

It appears that a car was going along the road, possibly at high speeds. Crossing the intersection, the vehicle somehow ran off-road, hopped the curb, and overturned into a building.

Due to the crash, the driver had serious injuries. Sources say that it's "unclear" whether or not the driver was impaired at the time.

Commentary on Car, Building Accident on NW 25th in Fort Worth

It's not unusual to see people speculate about impairment given how common it is in early morning single-vehicle wrecks. It wouldn't surprise me to see it involved here, as well. But assuming that without thorough investigations would be outright irresponsible. Steps must always be taken to ensure other possible factors get attention, too. Mechanical issues, road hazards, tire blowouts, other vehicles that left the scene--common or not, folks are best served understanding why more thorough investigations can be so crucial for getting folks help after a crash like this.

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