• October 17, 2022

James Morton Killed in Truck Accident in Burleson, TX

Burleson, TX -- September 28, 2022, James Morton was killed due to an accident where a vehicle crashed into the back of a truck.

Investigators said that the incident took place at around 1:00 a.m. in the area of I-35W and FM 917.

James Morton Killed in Truck Accident in Burleson, TX

Officials said that 31-year-old James Morton was in a Hyundai Elantra traveling southbound along the interstate. Doing so, the vehicle somehow crashed into the back of a tractor-trailer.

As a result of the collision, Morton succumbed to fatal injuries. No one else appeared to be hurt. The cause of the crash remains under investigation.

Commentary on James Morton Truck Accident in Burleson

Folks tend to see a rear-end collision and they just assume the victim is automatically in the wrong. Common as that may be, it's irresponsible to make those kinds of hasty assumptions. There's no telling what continued investigations could bring to light.

For example, I was looking into a crash not long ago with similar details. However, the crash occurred at night, and investigators eventually found that the truck the victim hit had just merged off the shoulder without turning its lights on. What folks no doubt brushed off as someone speeding or on their phone turned out to be someone killed due to someone else's negligence they had no way of avoiding.

I'm not saying that's what happened here, but it would shock people to see how often authorities overlook important details. That's why independent investigations are often necessary for ensuring victims and families get the whole story. Would that prove true here, as well?

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