• December 14, 2022

Michael Vargas Injured in Single-Vehicle Accident in Falls County, TX

Falls County, TX -- November 12, 2022, Michael Vargas was injured following an accident where Vargas's vehicle crashed off-road.

Investigators said that the incident happened at approximately 12:50 a.m. along CR 106 near CR 183.

Michael Vargas Injured in Single-Vehicle Accident in Falls County, TX

Officials said that 53-year-old Michael Vargas was in a Nissan Altima southbound on CR 106. Rounding a curve, the vehicle ran off-road where it crashed into a tree.

Vargas sustained incapacitating injuries according to available information. No others were said to be involved in the crash. The cause remains unconfirmed.

Commentary on Michael Vargas Single-Vehicle Accident in Falls County

With single-vehicle wrecks, my main concern is whether or not they're getting the attention they deserve. Folks tend to just assume that the driver must have done something wrong. Common as that may be, it's important to consider other possibilities, as well. A single vehicle wreck can be due to anything from cell phone usage to a tire blowout to medical conditions to being over-served by a bar to a manufacturing defect in the vehicle. Likely or not, an investigation that doesn't consider these possibilities isn't thorough enough--period. Did authorities ever look into these possibilities, or could there be more to this story?

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