• October 28, 2022

John William Bible Injured in Truck Accident in Burnet County, TX

Burnet County, TX -- September 15, 2022, John William Bible was injured after an accident where a truck overturned.

Investigators said the events occurred in the area of RM 963 and County Road 202 at around 11:50 a.m.

John William Bible Injured in Truck Accident in Burnet County, TX

It appears that 69-year-old John William Bible was the driver of a Freightliner truck traveling eastbound along RM 963. Authorities believe the vehicle over-corrected after drifting off-road, causing it to lose control and overturn.

Bible had incapacitating injuries, details suggest. It appears no one else was injured. Investigations gave no further details.

Commentary on John William Bible Truck Accident in Burnet County

A common challenge I deal with is people are quick to just assume someone is at fault in a single-vehicle wreck because they were the ones driving the vehicle. That's often true, considering things like speeding and inattentive driving. But you can't have a career as long as mine without learning that there are plenty of reasons a vehicle can lose control without the driver being responsible. Tire blowouts, medical conditions, road hazards, mechanical defects--common or not, it's important to consider these possibilities before jumping to conclusions. Those steps could be vital in getting someone the help they desperately need.

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