• October 21, 2022

Michael Newton Daise, Bethany Shaddix Injured in Car Accident in Alvin, TX

UPDATE (October 24, 2022): Officials identified the man injured in the crash as Michael Newton Daise. The current conditions of Daise and Shaddix are unclear.

Alvin, TX -- October 5, 2022, Bethany Shaddix and another person were injured following an accident where their vehicle crashed off-road.

Initial details suggested that the incident took place at around 1:14 a.m. along Highway 6 at Gordon Street.

Michael Daise, Bethany Shaddix Injured in Car Accident in Alvin, TX

Officials said that 57-year-old Bethany Shaddix and a 76-year-old man were in a Ford Focus traveling southbound through the intersection. Somehow, the vehicle ran off the corner where it crashed into a pole.

Due to the crash, the male passenger had injuries said to be incapacitating. Shaddix's injuries weren't specified. At this time, the cause of the crash cannot be confirmed.

Commentary on Michael Daise, Bethany Shaddix Car Accident in Alvin

A common issue I deal with on this blog is people assuming this sort of crash is always the driver's fault. Is that common? Sure, considering things like cell phone usage, speeding, and alcohol. As worth attention as those are, less common possible factors are also important to investigate. If authorities don't have the proper experience or tools, they may overlook something important. That's why it's important for people to understand these possibilities and what it takes to ensure the victims and families get the answers they need.


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