• October 21, 2022

Man Injured in Rear-end Accident on Old Spanish Trail in Houston, TX

Houston, TX -- April 14, 2022, one person was injured following an accident where a vehicle crashed into another along Old Spanish Trail.

Initial details said that the crash happened at the intersection of Old Spanish Trail and Griggs Road at around 8:30 a.m. It appears a Lexus 300 was waiting at the intersection when Chevy Camaro hit the Lexus from behind.

The 49-year-old man riding in the Lexus had injuries said to be incapacitating. No other injuries were reported. Right now, additional details are unavailable.

Commentary on Rear-end Accident on Old Spanish Trail in Houston

Man Injured in Rear-end Accident on Old Spanish Trail in Houston, TX

It stands out anytime one person involved in a crash is significantly injured while it appears everyone else is okay. There are several reasons that can happen. Perhaps it's just dumb luck. Maybe the passenger didn't have their seatbelt on. More concerning, however, is the possibility that something which protected the driver failed to protect the passenger. Did their seatbelt stay locked? Did their airbag go off? Did their chair stay upright? If the victim would have been fine in a different vehicle, then steps may need to be taken to confront the manufacturer of whatever did cause these injuries.

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