• November 08, 2022

Christopher Ray Harris Injured in Truck Accident in Wichita County, TX

Wichita County, TX -- October 18, 2022, Christopher Ray Harris was injured as the result of an accident where a pickup hit a semi-truck.

Investigators said that the incident happened at around 2:10 a.m. along I-44 near mile marker 9.

Officials believe that 29-year-old Christopher Ray Harris was in a Dodge Ram traveling southbound along the interstate. Ahead, an 18-wheeler had pulled off the right shoulder, reportedly with its hazards on. For reasons unconfirmed at this time, Harris crashed into the back of the tractor-trailer.

Harris had incapacitating injuries as a result of the crash. Right now, additional details require further investigation.

Commentary on Christopher Ray Harris Truck Accident in Wichita County

To be clear up front, I don't know any information about this crash not already available. With that said, I can't help thinking back to a crash I was looking into a few months ago. Stick with me, here.

Christopher Ray Harris Injured in Truck Accident in Wichita County, TX

In that particular crash, initial details said a truck was getting up to speed on the interstate after coming off the shoulder with its emergency lights on. While doing so, a vehicle slammed into the back of the trailer, killing that driver. Weeks later, however, evidence came to light which showed that the trucks lights were actually off right up until the impact, meaning the victim had no time to react.

Maybe there is clear evidence and witness testimony to show that this truck driver truly did everything they could, and something beyond their control caused the collision. However, I always say to take initial details with a grain of salt. Further investigations can sometimes reveal important details that slipped through the cracks. Would the same prove true here, as well?


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