• December 28, 2022

Sergio Molina Hernandez Killed in Car Accident in Bell County, TX

Bell County, TX -- December 20, 2022, Sergio Molina Hernandez was killed due to an accident where a vehicle crashed off the highway.

Reports currently say that 25-year-old Sergio Molina Hernandez was the victim of a single-vehicle wreck which occurred at around 6:00 a.m. in the Little River-Academy area. Details suggest that Hernandez's vehicle was going southbound on Highway 95 when it somehow went off-road and overturned. Hernandez sustained fatal injuries as a result.

Sergio Molina Hernandez Killed in Car Accident in Bell County, TX

Despite how common this sort of thing is, my heart always breaks for the families affected by these deadly wrecks. I certainly wish I could offer more details than these sparse reports do, but that would require more thorough investigations into the evidence. What I do hope to offer, though, is a word of caution for folks reading these details.

One of the biggest mistakes I see from people is jumping to conclusions about single-vehicle wrecks. They just assume the driver did something wrong. Is that possible? Sure--in fact, it's common. But ignoring other possibilities that the driver may have had no control over only risks letting something important slip through the cracks. It would surprise folks to see how often even the authorities miss crucial details due to these hasty assumptions.

Learning about other possibilities could help shed light on why further investigations into these kinds of accidents are so important for the victims and families. I don't see why this incident would be an exception.

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