• December 05, 2022

Arlington Blount Jr. Killed in Car Accident on West Hardy Road in Houston, TX

UPDATE (December 16, 2022): Officials identified Arlington Blount Jr. as the victim killed in the collision. They did not give additional details about the accident.

Houston, TX -- November 29, 2022, one person was killed due to an accident where a vehicle crashed off of West Hardy Road.

Initial details from Houston Police officials say that the accident happened at around 6:10 a.m. along West Hardy Road near Sam Houston Tollway.

Arlington Blount Jr. Killed in Car Accident in Houston, TX

According to police, a man was driving a Mazda 3 southbound when the vehicle somehow lost control. This caused the car to hop the curb and crash into a group of trees.

Due to the collision, the driver sustained fatal injuries. It appears no one else was involved in the crash. The crash is still under investigation.

Commentary on Arlington Blount Jr. Car Accident in Houston

People tend to jump to conclusions after single-vehicle wrecks, and that can cause serious struggles for those involved who deserve to know they're getting the full story. Folks may see an early morning single-vehicle wreck and just assume that the driver must have done something wrong. Frankly, that's a common scenario. But experienced investigators know there are all kinds of reasons something like this can happen, and drivers can't always avoid those. Unlikely or not, there's a family out there that deserves answers. My experience makes me skeptical police investigations alone will get them those answers.

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