• December 19, 2022

Carl Moore Killed in 18-wheeler Accident in Blue Ridge, TX

Blue Ridge, TX -- November 29, 2022, Carl Moore was killed due to an accident where a pickup and an 18-wheeler collided.

Initial details said that the accident happened at around 7:30 a.m. along Highway 78 at the intersection of FM 981.

Carl Moore Killed in 18-wheeler Accident in Blue Ridge, TX

It appears that 85 year old Carl Moore was in a Nissan Frontier which was said to be eastbound on FM 981. At the highway, the pickup crossed highway lanes, and a southbound 18-wheeler crashed into the side of the Nissan.

Due to the collision, Moore sustained fatal injuries. No other injuries were reported. Officials did not give additional details about the crash.

Commentary on Carl Moore 18-wheeler Accident in Blue Ridge

When it comes to deadly truck wrecks, one of my biggest concerns is if authorities are giving it the attention it deserves. Frankly, these scenes can be a lot more chaotic than the average officer has the equipment or time to handle properly. As a result, important details can slip through the cracks. I've found that to be more than enough reason to ensure independent investigators have a chance to look into a deadly truck wreck. Even if certain possible factors seem unlikely, it's worth ensuring that the victims and families are getting the full story.

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