• October 25, 2022

Man Injured in Car Accident on Vivian Road in Harris County, TX

Harris County, TX -- March 7, 2022, one person was injured following an accident where two vehicles collided on Vivian Drive.

Initial details said that the accident took place at around 3:30 p.m. along Vivian Road at the intersection of Epsom Road.

Man Injured in Car Accident on Vivian Road in Harris County, TX

Officials said that a 71-year-old Houston man was in a Kia Soul traveling southbound on Epsom. At Vivian, authorities said a westbound vehicle pulled through a stop sign, crashing with the man's Kia.

The Kia driver sustained injuries said to be incapacitating. No other injuries were reported. At this time, additional factors surrounding the crash are unavailable.

Commentary on Car Accident on Vivian Road in Harris County

Folks tend to look at car crashes like this as straight-forward and simple. After all, details appear to say someone went through a stop sign, right? When you've done this as long as I have, though, you learn that investigations need to consider even unlikely possibilities. For all we know, the victim's injuries were actually the result of something unusual like a faulty airbag or seatbelt. Maybe this was like a West Texas crash I looked into not long ago where TxDOT had actually removed stop signs at a crossing. Likely or not, getting folks the help they need means knowing the whole story.

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