• November 30, 2022

Terrance Bradley, Geneinde Taylor-Edwards Killed in 18-wheeler Accident on US 287 near Bellevue, TX

UPDATE (December 2, 2022): Authorities identified the victims involved in the accident as 47-year-old Terrance Bradley and Geneinde Taylor-Edwards, two passengers in a Honda Civic. They were northbound on the highway when their vehicle and an 18-wheeler somehow collided, causing fatal injuries. Right now, additional details are pending further investigations.

Bellevue, TX -- November 29, 2022, two people were killed following an accident which involved an 18-wheeler crashing along US Highway 287.

Terrance Bradley, Geneinde Taylor-Edwards Killed in 18-wheeler Accident near Bellevue, TX

Investigators said that the accident happened Tuesday evening in Clay County outside of Bellevue. Right now, exact circumstances remain unclear. Authorities say only that the crash involved an 18-wheeler, and it was a "double-fatality crash." Additional details require further investigations.

Commentary on Terrance Bradley, Geneinde Taylor-Edward 18-wheeler Accident near Bellevue

Obviously one can't draw conclusions about a crash with no details, but what I want to inform people of is the importance of ensuring the right people are looking into things. Folks tend to take for granted that authorities will have everything under control. They could, but departments rarely have the equipment or time to dedicate to a complex commercial truck wreck. As a result, important details can easily slip through the cracks. Are steps being taken to ensure the victims and families involved here know they're getting all the facts?

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