• December 01, 2022

Tanya Hanson Injured in Single-Vehicle Accident in Montague County, TX

Montague County, TX -- November 11, 2022, Tanya Hanson was injured following an accident where her vehicle crashed off-road.

Authorities said that the incident took place at approximately 11:13 p.m. along Agee Road off Lago Lane.

Tanya Hanson Injured in Single-Vehicle Accident in Montague County, TX

Initial details said that 47-year-old Tanya Hanson was in a Jeep Liberty traveling northbound on Agee. For reasons yet to be confirmed, the vehicle went off the side of the road and crashed into the guardrail, then into a tree.

Hanson's injuries was said to be incapacitating following the crash. No one else was involved in the crash, it appears. Right now, additional details are unavailable.

Commentary on Tanya Hanson Single-Vehicle Accident in Montague County

When it comes to single-vehicle wrecks, people tend to just assume that the driver did something wrong. That's obviously possible, and in fact it's the more likely possibility. But we can't just ignore things like mechanical issues, brake failure, tire blowouts, medical conditions, and other less common factors just because they're not likely. A proper investigation considers all of these possibilities and lets the evidence speak for itself. Were those steps ever taken here?

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