• December 15, 2022

Adrian Love Injured in Car Accident on SH 6 in Harris County, TX

Harris County, TX — May 19, 2022, 33-year-old Adrian Love was seriously injured in a traffic accident on State Highway 6 in Harris County.

Authorities say the incident happened around 2:25 p.m. on Highway 6 South near Bellaire Boulevard. Preliminary investigation suggests a Hyundai Elantra started to make a left turn from a private drive toward southbound Highway 6. The Hyundai driver reportedly failed to yield to Love's northbound Honda Accord and crashed into its front passenger side.

Adrian Love suffered serious injuries in the crash. The Hyundai driver was reportedly unhurt and was cited for failure to yield.

No further information is available at this time.

Commentary on Adrian Love Accident in Harris County

Police say one driver's failure to yield caused this accident. I don't have any specific reason to doubt that, but I wonder if it's really the whole story. Sometimes the cause of a wreck and the cause of a victim's injuries aren't the same, so it's important to investigate carefully and find out if there were other factors behind the damage done.

For instance, it'd shock people to find out how many airbags deployed too late or not at all during wrecks. That's not even the worst they can do; a certain brand of airbag was installed in millions of vehicles before it was learned it could shoot metal shrapnel at people when it inflated. Moreover, forensic investigators have found some seatbelts never tightened or their buckles broke during a wreck, rendering a basic safety device useless.

Adrian Love Injured in Car Accident on SH 6 in Harris County, TX

I'm not saying anything broke or malfunctioned in Harris County, but I've seen it happen (and get completely overlooked) often enough that I wonder if someone should revisit this wreck and be sure nothing important slipped through the cracks. At the very least the victim deserves to know he has the whole story. Anything else would depend on what that story is.

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