• November 04, 2022

Ricky Self Killed in Truck Accident on East Avenue H in Temple, TX

Temple, TX -- November 3, 2022, Ricky Self was killed following an accident where an SUV and a truck collided on East Avenue H.

Authorities say that the crash took place at around 8:23 a.m. along East Avenue H. In reports, it appears that 68-year-old Ricky Self was in a Ford SUV traveling along East Avenue H. Somehow, the vehicle crossed paths with a westbound truck, and the vehicles collided. Due to the collision, Self sustained fatal injuries. No further information is available at this time.

Commentary on Ricky Self Truck Accident in Temple

With a crash this serious, it's important there are steps to ensure nothing important slips through the cracks. Things aren't always as simple as folks realize.

Ricky Self Killed in Truck Accident on East Avenue H in Temple, TX

Not that long ago, for example, a family came to me with details similar to these. When we had independent accident reconstructionists look into things, it turned out authorities completely got the facts wrong.

They said the victim veered over the center line, but they only did so because the 18-wheeler involved did so first. The 18-wheeler then veered back to the right where the vehicles collided. Without more thorough independent investigations, it's possible the truth never would have come to light.

This is a problem that's more common than anyone should be comfortable with. That's why it's so important to understand these potential shortcomings and the remedies to them.

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