• November 21, 2022

Anthony Johnson Killed; Cher McGinty, Calvin Hill Injured in College Station, TX Auto Accident

UPDATE (December 14, 2022): Sources have identified the SUV passenger injured in this accident as 39-year-old Chernetris "Cher" McGinty.

UPDATE (November 30, 2022): Authorities have identified the Jeep driver killed in this accident as Anthony Dewayne Johnson.

College Station, TX — November 20, 2022, one person died and two were injured when an SUV crashed into a shuttle bus in College Station.

Authorities say the incident happened just after midnight on northbound Highway 6, close to Harvey Mitchell Parkway. Preliminary investigation suggests a Jeep Liberty entered the southbound highway, then for unknown reasons crossed through the median into northbound traffic. It then crashed into the shuttle bus, which was on its way to Post Oak Mall and the Santa's Wonderland theme park. Both vehicles caught fire after the collision.

The Jeep's driver died in the crash. A passenger from the Jeep and the bus driver, Calvin Hill, were transported to area hospitals for treatment of serious injuries.

The crash remains under investigation. No further information is currently available.

Anthony Johnson Killed; Cher McGinty, Calvin Hill Injured in College Station, TX Auto Accident

Commentary on Santa's Wonderland Bus Accident in College Station

People may read the preliminary details here and jump to some conclusions about what happened, but an accident like this can happen for many reasons. Sometimes a driver just makes a serious mistake and tragedy follows, but in many other cases something of everyone's hands--which isn't always detected by authorities--causes a crash.

Vehicle failures and defects, poor road conditions or design, bad visibility, medical emergencies...the list of possibilities goes on, and all of them deserve careful attention to be sure the truth is learned. Police don't always get to them all over the course of a "by the book" investigation, though, and in many cases crucial details slip through the cracks. That's why it's important to know what should be looked for--and who may stand the best chance of finding it.

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