• October 17, 2022

Gary Bevis Killed, 1 Injured in FedEx Truck Accident in Warren County, MS

Warren County, MS -- October 14, 2022, Gary Bevis was killed and one person was injured following an accident with a FedEx truck.

Investigators said that the incident happened at around 8:30 a.m. outside of Bovina. It appears that 42-year-old Gary Bevis was in a Chevy Silverado traveling along the roadway. Somehow, the pickup crashed into the back of a FedEx tractor-trailer. There was then a chain-reaction collision involving multiple other vehicles.

Due to the crash, Bevis sustained fatal injuries. One other person had unspecified injuries. Right now, additional details about the crash are unavailable.

Commentary on Gary Bevis Truck Accident in Warren County

Folks tend to see a vehicle rear-end another driver and just assume the rear driver is automatically at fault. This is an old misconception. The law is nuanced enough to consider why the collision happened.

Gary Bevis Killed, 1 Injured in FedEx Truck Accident in Warren County, MS

For example, I was looking into a crash a while back with similar details only for more thorough investigations to reveal the 18-wheeler involved had pulled off the shoulder without turning its lights on. While I'm not saying that happened here, early details rarely tell the whole story.

That's why it's often crucial that victims and families have the right professionals looking into things. Getting them the help and the resolution they deserve means getting clear answers. I see no reason why this crash would be an exception.

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