• November 28, 2022

Sylvia Clavel Pulido Killed in Auto Accident on FM 307 in Midland County, TX

Midland County, TX — November 24, 2022, 43-year-old Sylvia Clavel Pulido died in a traffic accident at a Midland County intersection.

Authorities say the incident happened around 8:35 p.m. at Farm to Market Road 307 and County Road 1110. Preliminary investigation suggests 61-year-old Zoila Valles was stopped in a Ford F-150 on northbound CR 1110 as Pulido approached the intersection in a Nissan Sentra on eastbound FM 307.

According to reports Valles failed to yield to cross-traffic and turned left. Her pickup then crashed with Pulido's car.

Pulido was pronounced dead at the scene. Valles and a passenger in her vehicle sustained possible injuries.

No further information is available at this time.

Commentary on Sylvia Clavel Pulido Accident in Midland County

Aside from saying two vehicles crashed and someone was fatally hurt, there isn't really too much information available so far about exactly how this terrible incident happened. As with any accident, though, it's important to clarify things as much as possible and find answers for the people who badly need them--in this case, the family of the woman who lost her life at that crossroads.

Maybe police at the scene hit the nail on the head and there's little more to this than a simple and unfortunate failure to yield. Crashes like that happen every day. Is it possible, however, that there's more than meets the eye here? Of course, and that's why it's always best to investigate carefully and thoroughly rather than taking first impressions at the scene as the final word. The people who lost a loved on in the accident deserve no less than the whole story; I hope authorities took the time and care needed to find it for them.

Sylvia Clavel Pulido Killed in Midland County, TX Auto Accident on FM 307
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