• December 06, 2022

Jake George Injured in Car Accident in Newark, TX

Newark, TX -- November 14, 2022, Jake George was injured as the result of an accident where two vehicles collided at an intersection.

Investigations said that the crash happened at around 7:52 p.m. along FM 718 at CR-3433.

Jake George Injured in Car Accident in Newark, TX

It appears that 37-year-old Jake George was in Nissan Xterra traveling southeast along on FM 718. Somehow, the vehicle crashed into the back of a Nissan van.

Due to the collision, George had injuries said to be incapacitating while the van driver was said to be uninjured. Right now, the cause of the crash cannot be confirmed.

Commentary on Jake George Car Accident in Newark

Confirming the cause of a serious crash usually means ensuring there are thorough independent investigations which can catch details authorities often overlook. People may just assume the rear driver is automatically at fault in a crash like this, but things aren't always so simple. Some factors like brake failure, road hazards, and mechanical defects can't always be foreseen or avoided. There are even other circumstances where a mistake, such as intoxicated driving, can involve other negligent actors, such as a bar or restaurant illegally over-serving the driver. Whatever happened here, were steps taken to ensure experienced investigators were asking the right questions?

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