• October 14, 2022

Stacie Renee Fulton Killed, Natalia Insua, 1 Injured in Car Accident in Baytown, TX

Baytown, TX -- September 18, 2022, Stacie Fulton was killed and Natalia Insua and another person were injured after a car accident.

Officials said that the incident happened at around 2:48 a.m. along East Freeway near Main Street.

Initial details indicate that 55-year-old Stacie Renee Fulton was in a Mazda 6 apparently going westbound in the eastbound lanes of the freeway. While doing so, the vehicle crashed with an oncoming Toyota Scion driven by 21-year-old Natalia Insua. An 18-wheeler then hit both vehicles.

As a result of the collision, Fulton sustained fatal injuries. Insua and a passenger in the Toyota had incapacitating injuries. Right now, authorities have yet to confirm the cause of the accident.

Commentary on Stacie Fulton Killed, Natalia Insua Car Accident in Baytown

Wrong-way collisions always raise serious red flags. Simply put, this sort of thing is usually the result of an intoxicated driver. Just to be clear, I don't bring that up to speak ill of someone not here to defend themselves. On the contrary, this sort of thing often happens because a local alcohol provider broke the law and put lives at risk.

Stacie Renee Fulton Killed, Natalia Insua, 1 Injured in Car Accident in Baytown, TX

Texas has rules about establishments serving customers who are obviously intoxicated. If they do so, and that leads to them or others getting hurt, they can be liable for their role in the accident. Could it be that happened here?

With that said, a prudent investigator wouldn't only consider alcohol as a possibility. Medical issues, a lack of signage or lighting, poor road design--unlikely or not, these are possible factors which I'm worried authorities may have overlooked. One way or another, steps may be necessary to ensure authorities didn't overlook anything important. Doing so could be vital in getting families the help and answers they deserve. That's especially true if some local business had a hand in all this chaos.


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