• October 21, 2022

David Dean Injured in Single-Vehicle Accident in Kemah, TX

Kemah, TX -- October 7, 2022, David Dean was injured following an accident where a vehicle crashed along the highway.

Authorities said they responded to the area of Highway 146 and Highway 96 at around 2:17 a.m.

David Dean Injured in Single-Vehicle Accident in Kemah, TX

It appears that 40-year-old David Dean was in a Chevy Silverado traveling southbound on Highway 146. Information suggests Dean made a u-turn, during which the pickup somehow went into a construction zone and crashed with an asphalt pile.

Dean was said to have sustained incapacitating injuries in the crash. Right now, additional details about the accident can't be confirmed.

Commentary on David Dean Car Accident in Kemah

When it comes to single-vehicle accidents, folks are generally quick to assume the driver did something wrong. Frankly, that's the most common scenario, given things like distracted driving, fatigue, and alcohol. But ignoring other possibilities just because they seem less likely is just plain irresponsible. What if there were mechanical issues? What if this construction zone wasn't properly marked? What if barrels were missing? What if the driver was experiencing a medical emergency? Without more thorough investigations, there's just no telling what authorities may have overlooked. That's why it's best folks learn about these other possible factors and focus on what can be done for the victims and families.

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