• November 11, 2022

Kenneth Floyd Injured in Car Accident in Gonzales County, TX

Gonzales County, TX -- October 12, 2022, Kenneth Floyd was injured due to an accident where a vehicle crashed and overturned.

Investigators said they were called to the area of FM 466 and Highway 97 at around 8:30 p.m.

Kenneth Floyd Injured in Car Accident in Gonzales County, TX

Initial statements indicated that 44-year-old Kenneth Floyd was in a Chevy Colorado traveling eastbound along FM 466. For reasons unconfirmed, the vehicle lost control and overturned, crashing off-road.

Floyd was said to have incapacitating injuries due to the crash. It appears no one else was involved. At this time, no further information is available.

Commentary on Kenneth Floyd Car Accident in Gonzales County

Something I talk about a lot on this blog is the importance of getting all the facts before jumping to conclusions. Folks are generally on board with that, but when it comes to single-vehicle accidents, all of that prudence seems to fly out the window. People just assume the driver did something wrong. Possible as that may be--probable, even--it's important to be thorough just in case something unusual happened. Learning about these possibilities can help folks ensure that the focus remains on getting people the help they deserve rather than throwing around blame.

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