• December 06, 2022

Joseph Langlois Killed in Single-Vehicle Accident in Burleson County, TX

Burleson County, TX -- December 5, 2022, Joseph Langlois was killed due to an accident where his vehicle crashed off the side of the road.

Initial reports say that the crash happened outside of Caldwell along Highway 36 near County Road 122 at around 7:00 a.m.

Joseph Langlois Killed in Single-Vehicle Accident in Burleson County, TX

Officials said that 57-year-old Florence, Alabama resident Joseph Langlois was in a Ford F-350 traveling along the highway. For reasons unclear, the vehicle careened off-road and crashed into a tree.

Langlois sustained fatal injuries due to the crash. No one else was said to be involved. At this time, the cause of the crash remains unconfirmed.

Commentary on Joseph Langlois Single-Vehicle Accident in Burleson County

Single-vehicle wrecks are some of the more complex ones I deal with, though folks may not think that would be the case. They tend to just assume the driver did something wrong. Is that common? Sure, but there are all kinds of other factors police may overlook which can lead to a deadly wreck like this. Just consider all the people killed by the infamous GM ignition switch defect. The public didn't know about the issue for years, so how many people just blamed the victims without knowing there was no way for them to avoid the accident? Maybe nothing so unusual happened here, but it's important people learn about these possibilities so they know what it takes to ensure there are proper investigations.

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