• December 15, 2022

13-year-old Injured in Single-Vehicle Accident on FM 1090 in Calhoun County, TX

Calhoun County, TX -- November 22, 2022, a 13-year-old kid was injured after an accident where his vehicle crashed off-road.

Investigators said that the crash happened at approximately 7:46 p.m. along School Road. Police claim that a 13-year-old was in a vehicle traveling along FM 1090/School Road. The vehicle lost control, ran off-road, and crashed into a tree. The teenager had injuries said to be incapacitating. Details about the crash cannot be confirmed at this time.

Commentary on 13-year-old Injured in Single-Vehicle Accident on FM 1090 in Calhoun County

13-year-old Injured in Single-Vehicle Accident on FM 1090 in Calhoun County, TX

There are obviously unusual circumstances surrounding this incident, but I think it offers a good example of an important lesson I try to teach whenever possible. Over thirty years of helping families with serious accidents, I learned that there are virtually endless factors that can contribute to a crash. Jumping to conclusions, then, is just about the worst thing one could do. Without ensuring all the facts are clear, something can easily slip through the cracks, and that's not going to do anyone any good. As unusual as some of the details in these reports are, I don't currently see a reason it would be the exception.


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