• November 21, 2022

Lorena Paz-Alvarez Killed in Rollover Accident on FM 2055 in Gaines County, TX

Gaines County, TX -- November 18, 2022, Lorena Paz-Alvarez was killed following an accident where her vehicle crashed along FM 2055.

Investigators said that the crash took place at around 7:25 p.m. along FM 2055 a few miles south of Denver City.

Lorena Paz-Alvarez Killed in Rollover Accident in Gaines County, TX

Police said that 32-year-old Lorena Paz-Alvarez was in a Nissan Versa traveling southbound on FM 2055. Somehow, the vehicle lost control on a curve and overturned.

Paz-Alvarez sustained fatal injuries due to the crash. No further information about the crash is available at this time.

Commentary on Lorena Paz-Alvarez Rollover Accident in Gaines County

A lot of people see a single-vehicle wreck and just assume the driver fell asleep at the wheel, was looking at their phone, or was drunk. Common as some factors may be, though, all other factors are worth considering as well. Making sure there are clear answers needs to be a priority. After all, consider incidents like the GM ignition switch defect years ago. A lot of people died, but the public had no clear answers as to why until years of independent investigations shed light on what went wrong. Perhaps similar efforts could shine a light on what went wrong here, as well.

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