• November 14, 2022

Fernie Anthony Favela Killed in Car Accident in El Paso, TX

El Paso, TX -- November 7, 2022, Fernie Anthony Favela was killed after an accident where his vehicle crashed after exiting I-10.

Fernie Anthony Favela Killed in Car Accident in El Paso, TX

Officials said that the incident happened late that Monday off the corner of East Missouri and I-10. It appears that 22-year-old Fernie Anthony Favela was in a vehicle exiting I-10. After exiting the ramp, the vehicle lost control and ran off-road. It then hit a guardrail, ejecting Favela.

Due to the crash, Favela was through from the vehicle. He ultimately succumbed to fatal injuries. A passenger in the car had reportedly minor injuries.

Commentary on Fernie Anthony Favela Car Accident in El Paso

When it comes to single-vehicle wrecks like this, people tend to jump to conclusions. They just assume the driver was on their phone, speeding, or drunk. Are those common possible factors? Certainly, and they absolutely warrant consideration. But other less common factors are also worth looking into. Mechanical issues, medical emergencies, tire defects, road hazards, other drivers that left the scene--at the end of the day, a grieving family deserves to know they're getting the full story. It's unclear if those steps are being taken here.

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