• October 26, 2022

Children, 4 Injured in Car Accident on Stewart Road in San Juan, TX

San Juan, TX -- February 3, 2022, three children and four others were hurt after an accident where two vehicles crashed on Stewart Road.

Children, 4 Injured in Car Accident on Stewart Road in San Juan, TX

Officials were called to the area of Stewart Road and Hall Acres Road at around 5:39 p.m. It appears that a 21-year-old Alamo woman was driving Chrysler Town & Country westbound on Hall Acres. At Stewart, authorities believe the Chrysler failed to yield, crashing with a northbound Dodge Durango driven by a 21-year-old Donna man.

From the Dodge, the driver had incapacitating injuries while a woman and three children had non-incapacitating injuries. The driver of the Chrysler and an 18-year-old passenger also had injuries said not to be serious. Additional details about the crash are unavailable at this time.

Commentary on Car Accident on Stewart Road in San Juan

I often talk on this blog about how I don't take police investigations at face value. Why is that? With a crash like this, for example, wouldn't they just look at who had the right of way? That's an important detail, but families are often shocked to see what all goes into a complete investigation when it comes to getting people the help they need. Did airbags go off? Did seatbelts deploy? How fast were vehicles going? Was alcohol involved? Did defective brakes or tires play a role? Is the intersection designed in a dangerous way that makes it riskier for drivers? Likely or not, there's a reason I tend to rely on independent investigators even after crashes like the one described here.

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