• November 11, 2022

Bryan Paul McBride Injured in 18-wheeler Accident in Taylor County, TX

Taylor County, TX -- October 24, 2022, Bryan Paul McBride was injured following an accident where his vehicle hit an 18-wheeler.

Initial details show that the crash took place at around 3:19 p.m. along US Highway 83 near mile marker 338.

Bryan Paul McBride Injured in 18-wheeler Accident in Taylor County, TX

It appears that 39-year-old Bryan Paul McBride was in a Dodge Ram traveling southbound on US 83. Ahead, an 8-wheeler was turning right off the highway into a private drive. While its trailer was still in southbound lanes, McBride's vehicle crashed into it.

Due to the crash, McBride was said to have incapacitating injuries. No other injuries were mentioned. Additional details about the crash cannot be confirmed at this time.

Commentary on Bryan Paul McBride 18-wheeler Accident in Taylor County

With crashes like this, folks tend to take the details at face value. Over 30 years, though, I learned that a serious truck wreck is rarely as straight-forward as it may seem. For example, there was one I looked into not long ago involving a driver rear-ending an 18-wheeler. Weeks after initial investigations, though, more thorough investigations revealed the 18-wheeler had cut off the victim from the shoulder without turning its lights on.

Put simply, authorities can miss important information if they aren't experienced or properly equipped. That's why it's crucial to take steps to ensure nothing slips through the cracks. Perhaps efforts would show something similar happened here.

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