• November 28, 2022

Kamilu Asalu Killed in Single-Vehicle Accident in Dallas, TX

Dallas, TX -- November 24, 2022, Kamilu Asalu was killed as the result of an accident where Asalu's vehicle crashed along DNT.

Authorities said that the incident took place at approximately 5:48 a.m. in the area of the Dallas North Tollway and Mockingbird Lane.

Kamilu Asalu Killed in Single-Vehicle Accident in Dallas, TX

It appears that 45-year-old Kamilu Asalu was in a Lexus traveling southbound on the tollway. The vehicle lost control, causing it to crash into a concrete barrier.

Due to the collision, Asalu sustained fatal injuries. Reports did not say if others were involved. Investigations are ongoing.

Commentary on Kamilu Asalu Single-Vehicle Accident in Dallas

One of the biggest misconceptions I push back against on this blog is people assuming a single-vehicle wreck has to be the victim's fault. As common as things like alcohol and distracted driving may be, that's just not true. Mechanical issues, tire blowouts, road hazards, manufacturing defects, other drivers that left the scene--common or not, investigators need to have the experience and tools to consider these possibilities. If they don't then the victim's loved ones may not be getting the full story. Hopefully someone understands that here so the victim's family can get the answers they deserve.

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