• December 29, 2022

Chelsea Rae Romo Injured in Single-Vehicle Accident in Bexar County, TX

Bexar County, TX -- December 14, 2022, Chelsea Rae Romo was injured after an accident where her vehicle crashed along the interstate.

Preliminary details that officials made public listed the crash as happening in the area of I-10 and Tarpon Drive at around 2:15 a.m. 30-year-old Chelsea Rae Romo was said to be in a Chevy Spark traveling northbound along the interstate. Due to events yet to be confirmed, the vehicle crashed into the median, then careened onto the divider between main lanes and the service road.

Chelsea Rae Romo Injured in Single-Vehicle Accident in Bexar County, TX

Romo was said to have incapacitating injuries due to the collision. Details did not mention any others involved in the crash, and they did not confirm what caused the vehicle to lose control. Some folks may just assume the driver did something wrong, such as speeding, looking at their phone, or driving drunk. Those are all possibilities, but they're only a few of many. Were there mechanical issues? A tire blowout? Some other driver that left the scene? It would surprise people to see just how often initial reports like these can miss something important. That's why I try to shed light on these possibilities so people can take steps to ensure investigators aren't letting anything important slip through the cracks.

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