• October 20, 2022

Dylan Davis, Teen Injured in Car Accident in Frisco, TX

Frisco, TX -- October 2, 2022, Dylan Davis and a teenager were injured after an accident where two vehicles collided and ran off-road.

Dylan Davis, Teen Injured in Car Accident in Frisco, TX

Officials said they were called out to Lebanon Road near Compass Drive at around 10:00 p.m. It appears that a GMC Sierra and a Nissan Altima were both westbound on Lebanon Road. Authorities believe that the pickup was passing the Nissan when the vehicles somehow made contact. This sent both vehicles into a fence line off-road.

Dylan Reed Davis, said to be the passenger in the GMC, had injuries described as incapacitating. The driver of the Nissan, a 16-year-old, was said to have non-incapacitating injuries. Police said alcohol was a possible factor, but this cannot be confirmed at this time.

Commentary on Dylan Davis Car Accident in Frisco

It's obviously concerning when authorities bring up alcohol. To be clear, though, they sometimes do so because it's a common factor. Details can often come to light proving alcohol wasn't involved at all. If it was, that would of course warrant consequences, including holding accountable any alcohol providers that over-served whoever was responsible for the crash. With that said, simply waiting on authorities to sort all that out isn't always as prudent as it may seem. The article below helps to explain why that is.

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