• October 24, 2022

Woman Injured in Car Accident on Criner Street in Grandview, TX

Grandview, TX -- April 17, 2022, a woman was injured following an accident where a pickup and a car crashed on Criner Street.

Investigators said that the incident happened at around 3:21 p.m. at the intersection of Criner Street and Inez Hardy Way.

Officials say that 70-year-old Richard Arnold Beaudin was in a GMC Sierra traveling along Criner. At Inez Hardy, a pickup allegedly failed to yield, crashing with Beaudin's GMC.

As a result of the crash, a woman in Beaudin's vehicle, an unidentified 58-year-old, sustained fatal injuries. Beaudin was not hurt. Police said inattention was considered a possible cause for the crash.

Commentary on Fatal Car Accident on Criner Street in Grandview

Something that is highly unusual to me is that descriptions seem to put the deceased victim at a farther spot in her vehicle than where the impact occurred. Now, I don't have all the facts right now, so that can happen for any number of reasons. But something folks rarely consider is that one person being seriously or fatally injured while others escape injury can be a sign of a serious manufacturing defect.

Grandview, TX Car Accident Injures Woman on Criner Street

Did the victim's airbag deploy? Did her seatbelt stay latched? Did it break? Did her seat assembly come loose? Are there other contributing factors authorities failed to consider? Likely or not, it's these kinds of questions which make independent investigators a wise choice for those in need of answers. Getting all the facts needs to be a priority when it comes to getting a family the answers they deserve. Police alone may not be able to do that.

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