• November 30, 2022

Derrick Zarnt, Shayla Austin Injured in Car Accident in Camp County, TX

Camp County, TX -- October 30, 2022, Derrick Zarnt and Shayla Austin were injured after an accident where their vehicle crashed off-road.

Derrick Zarnt, Shayla Austin Injured in Car Accident in Camp County, TX

Authorities said that the crash took place at around 3:00 a.m. along FM 2254 near CR-4325. Initial details suggested that 30-year-old Shayla Austin and 33-year-old Derrick Zarnt were in a vehicle traveling southbound along FM 2254. Somehow, the vehicle ran off-road where it crashed into a group of trees.

Both Zarnt and Austin were said to have incapacitating injuries due to the crash. Right now, there is not enough information to confirm the cause of the crash.

Commentary on Derrick Zarnt, Shayla Austin Car Accident in Camp County

When it comes to single-vehicle accidents, folks are often quick to assume the driver must have done something wrong. That's certainly common, and maybe that's what happened here. But investigators don't always have the experience or tools to look into other possibilities, and that's how crucial details slip through the cracks. The question, then, is whether or not this crash is being handled by professionals who can help to ensure the evidence speaks for itself so those involved in the crash can get the help they deserve.

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