• January 16, 2023

Teenager Injured in Car Accident on Wells Burnett Road in Tarrant County, TX

Tarrant County, TX -- September 21, 2022, a teenager was injured following an accident where a vehicle crashed along Wells Burnett Road.

Authorities said that the incident happened at around 2:55 p.m. along Wells Burnett Road at the intersection of Eagle Mountain Dam Road.

Officials said that a 19-year-old woman was in a Toyota Yaris traveling eastbound along Wells Burnett. At the intersection the vehicle somehow lost control and ran off-road. The vehicle then flipped over repeatedly.

Teenager Injured in Car Accident on Wells Burnett Road in Tarrant County, TX

The teen driver was said to have incapacitating injuries due to the crash. Right now, the exact cause of the crash remains unclear. Folks may think that sounds unusual, but that's likely because single-vehicle wrecks are typically more complex than people realize—at least when handled properly.

Thirty years of working with accident reconstructionists looking into single vehicle wrecks showed me just how easily something like this can happen without the driver doing anything wrong. Tire blowouts, medical conditions, road hazards, manufacturing defects, other drivers leaving the scene, etc. But when some people see that only one driver was involved (a teenager, no less), they may just assume the driver messed up. As possible as that is, it's important to understand why getting folks the help and the answers they need means avoiding such hasty assumptions.

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