• December 05, 2022

Louise H. Salinas Killed in Car Accident in Gaines County, TX

Gaines County, TX -- December 1, 2022, Louise H. Salinas was killed due to an accident where two vehicles collided along the highway.

Authorities said that the accident happened at around 2:10 p.m. along State Highway 214 at the intersection of County Road 206.

Louise H. Salinas Killed in Car Accident in Gaines County, TX

Officials said that 67-year-old Louise H. Salinas was in a Pontiac Grand Prix traveling westbound on CR 206. For reasons still under investigation, the car crashed with a Jeep Wagoneer traveling northbound on the highway.

Due to the collision, Salinas sustained fatal injuries. The other driver was apparently not hurt. Police have yet to release additional details.

Commentary on Louise H. Salinas Car Accident in Gaines County

People tend to assume the only possibilities in this kind of situation is that someone failed to yield, likely while on their phone. As common as that is, I can't begin to count how many times official investigations came across my desk which proved to be incomplete or outright wrong. The reality is authorities don't always have the time, tools, or training to catch less common, more complex possible factors (e.g. mechanical defects, tire blowouts, road design, etc.). As such, I do what I can to help inform people of these potential shortcomings so they can ensure that experienced investigators look into the details and get clear answers about what led to the crash. I see no reason why this crash would be an exception.

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