• October 17, 2022

James Peloquin Killed, Ronald Hudman, Annette Hudman Injured in Car Accident in Panola County, TX

Panola County, TX -- October 13, 2022, James Peloquin was killed and Ronald Hudman and Annette Hudman were injured in a car accident.

Officials said that the incident happened at around 5:00 p.m. along US Highway 59 outside Carthage.

James Peloquin Killed, Ronald Hudman, Annette Hudman Injured in Car Accident in Panola County, TX

It appears that 44-year-old James Peloquin was in a Chevy pickup traveling westbound on CR-305. At US 59, the pickup crossed paths with a Ford truck on northbound US 59. The vehicles then collided.

As a result of the crash, Peloquin sustained fatal injuries. From the Ford, Ronald and Annette Hudman were injured and taken to the hospital. No further information about the crash is available at this time.

Commentary on James Peloquin, Ronald Hudman, Annette Hudman Car Accident in Panola County

With a crash this serious, it's important to ensure the right people are looking into things. The details can be incredibly chaotic, and without the right experience and equipment, important information can easily slip through the cracks. Unfortunately, police can't always offer those resources if their departments don't prioritize accident reconstruction highly enough. It's one of the reasons I always try to encourage people to consider independent investigators who can help to ensure they're getting all the facts. The article below helps to explain this in more detail.


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