• October 21, 2022

Andrew Espinoza Injured in Rollover Accident in Parmer County, TX

Parmer County, TX -- October 4, 2022, Andrew Espinoza was injured due to an accident where his vehicle overturned off-road.

Authorities said they were called to the area of US Highway 70 and County Road 6 at around 2:00 a.m.

Details indicated that 21-year-old Andrew Espinoza was the driver of a Dodge Ram traveling eastbound on the highway. It appears a deer may have entered the roadway, causing Espinoza to take evasive actions. The pickup ran off-road, went across the median, then overturned.

Espinoza sustained injuries said to be incapacitating. Right now, additional details about the accident can't be confirmed.

Commentary on Andrew Espinoza Rollover Accident in Parmer County

Whenever I bring up crashes like this, folks are a bit perplexed. What am I going to do, sue a deer? That would be quite the endeavor, but a reason I talk about crashes which seem unavoidable is because even if they're not, the victim's injuries may have been. Looking into that can require steps beyond simple police investigations.

Andrew Espinoza Injured in Rollover Accident in Parmer County, TX

One thing to consider, for example, is if this involved any kind of safety feature failure. Did the victim's anti-lock braking work properly? Does the vehicle overturn too easily? Did the roof hold up appropriately? Did seatbelts lock and stay latched? Did airbags deploy properly? If any one of these things fail, it can mean someone is seriously hurt or killed when they otherwise should have been okay. Maybe nothing like that happened here, but as I said, it may take more thorough investigations.

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