• January 03, 2023

Garrett Ingram Killed in Single-Vehicle Accident in Brazos County, TX

Brazos County, TX -- December 31, 2022, Garrett Ingram was killed and one person was injured after a single-vehicle accident.

Investigators said that the incident happened at around 2:00 a.m. along Elmo Weedon Road. It appears that 18-year-old Garrett Ingram and one other person were in a Dodge pickup which was eastbound on Elmo Weedon. Due to factors not yet confirmed, the vehicle went off-road where it crashed through a fence and into a tree.

Garrett Ingram Killed in Single-Vehicle Accident in Brazos County, TX

Ingram's injuries ultimately proved fatal. The condition of the other person was not specified. Reports do not give further information about the accident. One can only hope the crash is getting the attention it deserves. Frankly, there are factors which concern me that isn't the case.

There are two kinds of crashes which I find get about the least amount of consideration of any others: single vehicle wrecks and accidents involving teenagers. In both situations, people can be quick to assume the driver was just being reckless. Is that possible? Sure, but there's no good reason to overlook other possibilities.

Likely or not, a proper investigation must consider all possibilities so that victims and families know they're getting all the facts. A family losing a child only makes that more crucial. Considering even authorities can often overlook these awful events, are steps being taken here to get answers for the victim's loved ones?

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