• December 05, 2022

Rafeal Castro Killed in Single-Vehicle Accident on Long Drive in Houston, TX

UPDATE (December 16, 2022): Officials released the name of the victim, said to be Rafeal Castro. Additional details about the crash are currently unavailable.

Houston, TX -- November 30, 2022, a man was killed due to an accident where a vehicle crashed off the side of Long Drive.

Investigators were called to the 6500 block of Long Drive, between Wayside Drive and Telephone Road, at around 11:55 p.m.

It appears that a 26-year-old man was in a vehicle traveling along westbound Long Drive. The vehicle somehow lost control, causing it to crash into a tree on the median.

The driver was taken from the scene and later died due to his injuries. No one else appeared to be involved.

Commentary on Rafeal Castro Single-Vehicle Accident in Houston

Single-vehicle wrecks are some of the more challenging ones to explain to the general public. That's simply because people are stuck in their belief that this sort of thing has to have been the result of driver error. That's often true, but not always. Just imagine all the people killed be the infamous GM ignition switch defect. How many people assumed they got themselves killed when those drivers were entirely unsuspecting victims? Likely or not, a crash like this is generally best off in the hands of independent investigators who will help ensure nothing important slips through the cracks.

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