• October 12, 2022

Albert James Baker Injured in Car Accident in Kilgore, TX

Kilgore, TX -- April 19, 2022, Albert James Baker was injured after an accident where two vehicles collided on the highway.

Officials said the incident occurred in the area of Business US 259 and FM 349 at around 7:20 a.m. They say that 51-year-old Albert James Baker was in a Hyundai Sonata traveling northbound on Business 259. While doing so, Baker slowed for a traffic signal. Another northbound vehicle did not slow down in time, rear-ending Baker's vehicle.

Due to the collision, details suggest Baker had incapacitating injuries. No other injuries were reported. At this time, additional details are unavailable.

Commentary on Albert James Baker Car Accident in Kilgore

When it comes to a situation like this, I can't help wondering if there is a lot more to the story than we're getting. The person hit in the rear being apparently seriously injured while the other driver appears to be unscathed isn't all that common.

Albert James Baker Injured in Car Accident in Kilgore, TX

A lot of times, something happened that authorities failed to mention, such as the victim's car overturning or hitting a pole. However, it can sometimes be a sign something more serious happened, such as a faulty airbag or a failed seatbelt. Has anyone looked into that here? It's possible that the victim would have been okay in a different vehicle, and that's never something to take lightly. That's especially true if a manufacturing issue could be out there continuing to put lives at risk.

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