• January 05, 2023

Eileen Treanor, Woman Injured in Car Accident in Williamson County, TX

Williamson County, TX -- June 19, 2022, Eileen Treanor and another woman were injured as the result of a car accident.

Preliminary details from authorities said that the incident happened at around noon at the intersection of County Road 172 Louis Henna Boulevard. 42-year-old Eileen Treanor was said to be driving a 2017 Ford Escape traveling northbound on CR 172. Treanor's vehicle was crossing Louis Henna when a westbound 2020 Toyota Rav4 crashed into the side of Treanor's vehicle.

Eileen Treanor, Woman Injured in Car Accident in Williamson County, TX

Due to the collision, Treanor and an unidentified woman in the Toyota had incapacitating injuries. The conditions of a passenger in the Ford as well as the Toyota driver, identified as Christopher Parker, are unclear. It's also unclear who had the right-of-way at the time of the crash, and it can be surprisingly aggravating to dig up that detail.

Folks would generally think that's one of the simplest details for authorities to figure out, but there aren't always numerous eye witnesses or dash cams to check with. That's why independent investigations can be a vital source of help to catch what police may have let slip through the cracks. Could it be there is evidence that would clear all this up that is just waiting to be found?

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