• November 10, 2022

Pedestrian Killed in 18-wheeler Accident on FM 1776 in Pecos County, TX

Pecos County, TX -- October 26, 2022, a pedestrian was killed following an accident where an 18-wheeler hit them along FM 1776.

Details say that the crash happened at around 8:00 a.m. along FM 1776 near mile reference 368. It appears that a 54-year-old man was walking and entered northbound lanes, officials say. A northbound 18-wheeler hit the man, resulting in fatal injuries. Right now, no additional details are available.

Commentary on Pedestrian, 18-wheeler Accident on FM 1776 in Pecos County

Pedestrian Killed in 18-wheeler Accident on FM 1776 in Pecos County, TX

When it comes to a situation like this, it's crucial to understand what evidence authorities actually have telling the story. It's important to have all the facts, and frankly, the victim can't tell their side of the story. When you've seen situations like I have where trucking companies use that opportunity to steer the facts in their favor, you'd know how crucial independent investigations are.

Those investigations could show the victim made a mistake. They could show the truck driver wasn't paying attention. They could even show there were unusual factors neither the victim nor the driver had control over. The important thing is simply to ensure that the victim's loved ones know they're getting the full story, and I'm not certain that's happening here.


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