• December 19, 2022

One Killed in Single-Vehicle Accident on NE Loop 820 in Haltom City, TX

Haltom City, TX -- December 18, 2022, one person was killed following an accident where a vehicle crashed along NE Loop 820.

Haltom City, TX Single-Vehicle Accident Kills 1 on NE Loop 820 at US 377

Initial details said that the incident happened at approximately 3:42 a.m. along NE Loop 820 near the US 377/Denton Highway interchange. It appears a white Chrysler PT Cruiser was traveling eastbound when it somehow ran off-road. It went between main lanes and the tollway where it crashed into a pole.

The vehicle caught fire, and the driver died at the scene of the crash. No one else appeared to be involved. Right now, no additional details are available.

Commentary on Single-Vehicle Accident on NE Loop 820 in Haltom City

Single-vehicle wrecks can be particularly challenge, though folks may not think that would be the case. That's because they assume that something like alcohol, speeding, or fatigue led to the crash. That's quite common, but there are other possibilities to consider. I'm sure people felt a bit guilty when they were blaming the people killed due to the infamous GM ignition switch--a defect the drivers had no control over. Maybe nothing so unusual happened here, but shouldn't the evidence be allowed to speak for itself? My experience certainly says it should.

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