• November 28, 2022

James Earl Cox Killed, Others Injured in Car Accident on US 62-180 in Hudspeth County, TX

UPDATE (November 30, 2022): Authorities identified the man killed in the crash as 61-year-old James Earl Cox. Police believe that a Chevy Silverado driven by 24-year-old Luis Roberto Zamorano was westbound on the highway. It appears to have crossed into oncoming lanes and hit the 2020 Ford Transit driven by Cox, authorities say. It's unclear Zamorano was hurt, and reports don't identify others involved. No further information is available at this time.

Hudspeth County, TX -- November 23, 2022, one person was killed and others were hurt following an accident where two vehicles crashed.

James Earl Cox Killed, Others Injured in Car Accident in Hudspeth County, TX

Investigators said that the accident happened late Wednesday along US 62-180/Montana Avenue just outside the El Paso County line.

Officials did not say what caused the crash. They said only that two vehicles crashed, leaving one person with fatal injuries. Others had unspecified injuries. Right now, additional details are unavailable.

Commentary on James Earl Cox Car Accident in Hudspeth County

A late night car accident can raise all kinds of concerns, from fatigue to cell phone usage to alcohol. These are all important to consider, but there could be other more complex factors to consider. Unfortunately, folks tend to take for granted that authorities will look into all of that. In reality, they often overlook all but the most common explanations. That's why I always talk about the importance of independent investigations. Considering someone lost their life here, I suspect this incident will be far from the exception.

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