• December 13, 2022

Mosies Hernandez Jr. Killed, Britteny Hernandez Injured in Car Accident in Ellis County, TX

Ellis County, TX -- November 13, 2022, Mosies Hernandez Jr. was killed and Britteny Hernandez and two others were hurt after a car accident.

Investigators said they responded to the area of Goodwin Road and FM 55 at around 3:55 a.m.

Mosies Hernandez Jr. Killed, Britteny Hernandez Injured in Car Accident in Ellis County, TX

Officials said that 30-year-old Mosies Hernandez Jr., 31-year-old Britteny Hernandez, and two others were in a Dodge Durango which was westbound along Goodwyn. Due to unconfirmed reasons, the vehicle veered off the left side of the road where it crashed into a parked truck.

Mosies sustained fatal injuries due to the crash. Britteny Hernandez's injuries were said to be incapacitating. The other two passengers were left in unspecified conditions. Right now, no further information is available.

Commentary on Mosies Hernandez Jr., Britteny Hernandez Car Accident in Ellis County

When it comes to a crash like this, one of the biggest problems I see is people just assuming the driver did something wrong. Is that possible? Sure, considering things like distracted or drunk driving and how common they are. But just because other factors are less likely doesn't make them less important to investigate. Especially when someone loses their life, it's important those involved know they're getting all the facts. Otherwise, something important could slip through the cracks. That's why I wouldn't jump to conclusions about the early details here when further independent investigations could show there is more to this story than meets the eye. After all, is it better to go around looking for someone to blame or to focus on what can be done for the victims and families?

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