• December 14, 2022

Vehicle Hits Power Pole on Donnybrook Ave, Two Injured in Tyler, TX

Tyler, TX — December 13, 2022, two people were injured when their vehicle crashed into a utility pole on Donnybrook Avenue in Tyler.

Authorities say the incident happened around 6:55 a.m. at South Donnybrook and East Seagle Street. The cause and circumstances of the crash aren't yet clear, but two young adults were reportedly injured when their vehicle crashed into the power pole.

Both victims were transported to a local hospital for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries.

The investigation is ongoing. No further information is available at this time.

Vehicle Hits Power Pole on Donnybrook Ave, Two Injured in Tyler, TX

Commentary on Car Accident on Donnybrook Ave in Tyler

Something I talk about a lot is how important it is to avoid jumping to conclusions after a single-vehicle wreck. Even if a car crashes into a stationary object as apparently happened in Tyler, that doesn't mean it's okay to jump to conclusions or blame the driver for losing control--not while there are other possibilities that still need careful attention.

Is it possible, maybe even likely, that the driver just made some kind of mistake? Sure. Is it also possible that something out of their hands like a vehicle malfunction or medical emergency played a part? Absolutely. Few crashes really boil down to a single simple factor if investigators commit the time and care to learning the whole truth, but that doesn't always get found through police efforts alone. Click below to learn more about some possible causes for a crash like the one in Tyler, and what must be done to investigate them.

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