• December 02, 2022

Toddler Killed in Car Accident on US 77 in Kleberg County, TX

Kleberg County, TX -- November 22, 2022, a toddler succumbed to fatal injuries following a car accident that occurred along US 77.

Initial details said that the crash happened on November 21. A car was pulling onto US Highway 77 from a gas station when police say it was hit by another vehicle. This caused the first vehicle to overturn.

The 3-year-old girl from Falfurrias was taken to a hospital and died the following day. Others involved had unspecified injuries. Additional details are unavailable at this time.

Commentary on Falfurrias Toddler Killed in Car Accident in Kleberg County

With crashes like this, folks need to understand why independent investigations can be so crucial. Even if the cause of the crash was "obvious," other important factors may not be.

Toddler Killed in Car Accident on US 77 in Kleberg County, TX

For example, whenever a toddler is seriously hurt in a crash, one thing which warrants consideration is the car seat involved, if any. That's because there have been many recalls over the years for seats which, even when used properly, fail to protect a child properly. For all we know, evidence could show this child would have been more or less okay had they been in a proper child seat.

I'm not trying to say I know something not already available to the public. It's simply an example of why I would never leave a crash like this solely up to authorities who may have already moved on to other priorities while there could still be a family out there in need of answers.


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