• December 05, 2022

Car Hits Trees on Rayford Rd, Passenger Injured in Spring, TX

Spring, TX — December 3, 2022, one person was critically injured when a BMW crashed into a tree on Rayford Road in Montgomery County.

Authorities say the incident happened shortly before 10:15 p.m. along Rayford Road near Balsam Fir Lane. Preliminary investigation suggests the BMW was northbound on the road, allegedly at high speeds, when the driver lost control in a curve. The car entered a side-skid and crashed into several trees in the median.

A rear passenger in the car was entrapped and suffered critical injuries. After extricating him responders transported him to an area hospital. The driver and another passenger received minor injuries and were able to exit the car on their own.

No further information is available at this time.

Car Hits Trees on Rayford Rd, Passenger Injured in Spring, TX

Commentary on Car Accident on Rayford Rd in Spring

Folks tend to see crashes like this and just assume the driver did something wrong, and I doubt the news saying they were speeding will change that opinion.

I've been doing this long enough to know a driver mistake of some kind is the most likely explanation, but I've also been doing this long enough to know it's not the only one. Defective brakes, faulty or malfunctioning parts, road hazards, tire failures, a medical emergency, poor signage or lighting, and many other potential factors must also be accounted for. There are many reasons this kind of crash can happen; some may be more likely than others, but without proper investigations it's possible that wrong conclusions will be reached. That's why I do what I can to encourage people to withhold judgment until clear evidence can tell the story.

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