• January 10, 2023

Baytown Woman Injured in Single-Vehicle Accident on Garth Road

Baytown, TX -- July 14, 2022, a woman sustained injuries following an accident where her vehicle crashed along Garth Road.

Investigators gave public information which said the accident happened at around 1:45 a.m. along Garth Road near Park.

According to initial details, a 28-year-old woman from Baytown was in a Dodge Charger traveling southbound along Garth when it ran off-road and crashed. The woman was said to have incapacitating injuries due to the crash.

Baytown Woman Injured in Single-Vehicle Accident on Garth Road

The factors surrounding the crash haven't been officially confirmed, and I want to be clear that I always take early details with a grain of salt. Police can overlook important details, and they can make mistakes. There's no point trying to be the first to have all the answers when the facts aren't even clear yet.

To that end, I've seen details suggest this crash may have happened during a police pursuit. I have no specific reason to doubt that, and it's obviously a concerning claim. But it's not unheard of for reports to get mixed up, poorly communicated, or otherwise overlooked from the crash scene to the investigating officers to the report desk. That's why I don't go around trying to blame people in these situations and instead focus on what steps can be taken to ensure nothing important slipped through the cracks.

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