• November 09, 2022

Corey and Amanda Crawford, Cody Parks, 3 Children Injured in Crash on FM 121 in Grayson County, TX

Grayson County, TX — November 6, 2022, three adults and three children were hospitalized after a crossover collision on FM 121 in Grayson County.

Authorities say the incident happened around 2:15 p.m. along FM 121 near Bethel Cannon Road. According to preliminary investigation, 44-year-old Corey Crawford was driving a truck west on the roadway when an eastbound pickup, driven by 27-year-old Cody Parks, crossed left of center and hit him in the westbound lane.

Crawford and his passengers, 46-year-old Amanda Crawford and a 16-year-old, were taken to an area hospital. Parks and his passengers, children ages 8 and 1, were also hospitalized.

The investigation continues. No further information is available at this time.

Commentary on Crawford/Parks Accident in Grayson County

All early reports can say about this situation is that one driver allegedly crossed left of center and triggered a crash. Some may consider that pretty much everything there is to know, but as always I must suggest withholding judgment and making sure all the dots are connected.

A crash caused by driver distraction or carelessness might ultimately look the same as one caused by vehicle failures or losing traction on a bad road, but obviously those are very different situations. It's not my intention to make excuses for anyone, only to ensure that responsibility lies where it truly belongs. At the very least everyone affected by the crash deserves to know that a careful and thorough investigation was conducted and only the facts tell the final story. Will police take the time and care needed to provide those facts?

Corey and Amanda Crawford, Cody Parks, Children Injured in Grayson County, TX Crash
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