• January 06, 2023

Jessica Sandoval Reyes Injured in Car Accident in El Paso, TX

El Paso, TX -- July 8, 2022, Jessica Sandoval Reyes was injured as the result of an accident involving multiple vehicles.

Information released by authorities showed that the crash happened at around 3:00 p.m. at the intersection of Lee Trevino and Yermoland.

Preliminary details said that 47-year-old Jessica Sandoval Reyes was in a Dodge Avenger traveling eastbound along Yermoland, reportedly with a green light. As Sandoval Reyes turned, officials say a southbound Chevy Silverado on Lee Trevino ran the light, crashing into the Dodge. The Dodge then veered into a vehicle waiting on northbound lanes.

Jessica Sandoval Reyes Injured in Car Accident in El Paso, TX

As a result of the crash, Sandoval Reyes reportedly had incapacitating injuries. No one else was hurt. While there could be reasonable explanations for that, it's always a bit concerning when only one person in a serious crash was hurt. Why is that?

Put simply, there are possible factors authorities rarely look into concerning manufacturing defects, especially with safety features. If something like a seatbelt, airbag, car chassis, seat assembly, or some other feature fails, it can lead to people suffering serious injuries when they would likely be fine in any other similar vehicle. I'm not trying to say that happened here, but before folks call all of this open-and-shut, it's important they understand why more thorough investigations are often necessary in these situations.


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