• December 19, 2022

David Singleterry Killed in Car Accident off Spur 327 in Lubbock, TX

Lubbock, TX — December 15, 2022, 52-year-old David Singleterry died in a single-vehicle accident by Spur 327 in Lubbock.

Authorities say the incident began around 8:20 p.m. on the 6300 block of the Spur 327 access road. Preliminary investigation suggests Singleterry was driving a car east when he may have lost control for unknown reasons. He veered through the grassy median between the access road and the highway's main lanes, then passed through the highway and hit the median. His car rebounded back through the grassy median and the access road, then hit two parked cars at a local dealership and came to rest.

David Singleterry was critically injured in the crash. He was transported to an area hospital where he was pronounced dead a short time later.

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

David Singleterry Killed in Car Accident off Spur 327 in Lubbock, TX

Commentary on David Singleterry Accident in Lubbock

In my experience, people read about single-vehicle accidents like this and quickly jump to some conclusions about how the driver is at fault. Theories quickly start flying about someone falling asleep, losing control while speeding, or (for the cynical) being under the influence of alcohol.

Are those possible here? Sure--in fact, statistically speaking driver errors are among the most common explanations for solo accidents. Are they the only possible explanation, however? Absolutely not. Things like mechanical defects or medical emergencies may be less common, but they must be considered when trying to connect the dots of what happened. It's crucial to be thorough and ensure sure nothing important slips through the cracks. I wrote more articles like the one linked below to ensure people know to exercise that prudence after accidents like this one.

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