• December 15, 2022

Frankie Milner Injured in Auto Accident on Garland Rd in Dallas, TX

Dallas, TX — May 17, 2022, 84-year-old Frankie Forshee Milner was seriously injured in an auto accident on Garland Road in Dallas County.

Authorities say the incident happened around 1:25 p.m. on Garland Road at Old Gate Lane. Preliminary investigation suggests Milner was driving a Lexus RX 350 northeast on Garland in the left-turn lane. At the Old Gate intersection she turned left but allegedly failed to yield and the Lexus was hit on its passenger side by a southwest-bound Chrysler van.

Milner suffered serious injuries in the crash. The van driver reportedly received minor injuries.

No further information is available at this time.

Frankie Milner Injured in Auto Accident on Garland Rd in Dallas, TX

Commentary on Frankie Milner Accident in Dallas

Police think failure to yield was a key factor in this collision, and while I have no specific reason to doubt their word I wonder if that's really all there is to the story. People would be shocked to learn how many crucial details slip through the cracks during a "by the book" investigation--for instance, how many drivers were unfairly blamed for their crashes before the GM ignition switch defect was discovered?

Is it possible a simple and common driver mistake was behind this unfortunate crash? Of course. Is that the only possible explanation, though? I highly doubt it. If police were hasty in pointing fingers, maybe someone else should look again and see what was missed the first time.

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