• October 17, 2022

Jerry Quinn Humphries Killed in Single-Vehicle Accident in Milam County, TX

Milam County, TX -- October 13, 2022, Jerry Quinn Humphries was killed following an accident where a vehicle crashed into a ditch.

According to details given by the Texas Department of Public Safety, the incident happened at around 1:30 p.m. along Highway 36 near Milano.

Jerry Quinn Humphries Killed in Single-Vehicle Accident in Milam County, TX

It appears that 76-year-old Jerry Quinn Humphries was in a vehicle traveling northbound on the highway. While rounding a curve, the vehicle somehow ran off-road and crashed into the ditch.

Due to the accident, Humphries sustained fatal injuries. the cause of the crash remains unclear at this time.

Commentary on Jerry Quinn Humphries Single-Vehicle Accident in Milam County

Something that stood out to me in the news is Texas DPS officials reminding people not to be distracted. I feel the need to caution people this does not mean the victim here was on their phone or anything. It's usually just a generic message authorities put out there after a fatal crash. Distraction is possible here--even common. But without thorough investigations, it's impossible to say for certain what really happened here. Are steps being taken to consider other possibilities? It may require independent investigations to ensure the victim's loved ones are getting all the facts.

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