• November 04, 2022

David Myres Injured in Single-Vehicle Accident in Buffalo, TX

Buffalo, TX -- October 17, 2022, David Myres was injured due to an accident where a vehicle crashed off the interstate.

Investigators indicated that the incident happened at around 7:41 p.m. along I-45 along Industrial Boulevard.

David Myres Injured in Single-Vehicle Accident in Buffalo, TX

It appears that 71-year-old David Myres was in a Ford F-150 traveling southbound along the I-45 feeder road. At a curve, the pickup somehow went off the right side of the road, then crashed into a tree.

Myres was said to have incapacitating injuries due to the crash. It appears no one else was hurt. Investigations did not confirm the cause of the crash.

Commentary on David Myres Single-Vehicle Accident in Buffalo

Single-vehicle wrecks like this always cause a lot of speculation. People just assume that the driver must have done something wrong. Is that possible? Sure, and it's actually common. But while I wouldn't suggest ignoring things like alcohol or speeding, I also wouldn't suggest overlooking less common factors, such as mechanical defects, tire blowouts, hazards, medical conditions, etc. Folks need to understand what all goes into investigating a crash like this so they can consider how best to get people the help they need rather than worrying about who to blame.

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