• October 14, 2022

Alisha Rose Cromer, 5 Injured in Car Accident in New Waverly, TX

New Waverly, TX -- April 10, 2022, Alisha Rose Cromer and five others were injured after an accident where two vehicles collided.

Authorities said that the incident happened at around 10:33 p.m. along Highway 150 at the intersection of FM 1375.

Alisha Rose Cromer, 5 Injured in Car Accident in New Waverly, TX

It appears that 28-year-old Alisha Rose Cromer was in a Toyota Rav4 traveling westbound on Highway 150/Gibbs Street. Police believe that a southbound Hyundai Elantra failed to yield and crashed into the side of the Toyota.

Cromer and five people in the Hyundai, including two young children, were said to have incapacitating injuries. Right now, additional details about the crash are unavailable.

Commentary on Alisha Rose Cromer Car Accident in New Waverly

I find that a lot of people will look at a crash like this and assume police have everything handled. It's just two normal passenger vehicles, a typical intersection with a stop sign, and there's likely nothing unusual that led to the crash. The problem, however, is that these things aren't always true. What if this involved alcohol? What if something was wrong with the crossing itself? Was signage or lighting missing? Did any mechanical issues contribute to the crash? Did things like airbags and seatbelts malfunction? Likely or not, there are important issues authorities aren't always able to look into on their own. That's why it's often best to consider alternative avenues of investigation so victims and families can be sure they're getting the whole story.

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