• January 20, 2023

One Killed in Fiery Single-Vehicle Accident on Wycliff Ave in Dallas, TX

Dallas, TX — January 20, 2023, one person was killed in a fiery single-vehicle accident on Wycliff Avenue in the Design District of Dallas.

Authorities say the incident happened around 1:30 a.m. along Wycliff near Stemmons Freeway. Preliminary investigation suggests only that a passenger vehicle crashed into a building in the area, then caught fire.

The driver was pronounced dead at the scene. No other injuries were reported.

The investigation is ongoing. No further information is currently available.


I've done this far too long not to take early reports with a grain or two of salt. Folks are sometimes a little too quick to conclude that a single-vehicle accident was the driver's fault somehow, but I've lost count of the times there was more to the story that went overlooked in the rush to point fingers.

Take the accident above, for example: People might use the few available details from the press to put together their own theories about what happened, and little as I like saying it I suspect many of those theories wouldn't be charitable toward the driver. However, it's important to realize that right now nobody can say what really happened on Wycliff and jumping to conclusions is likely to do far more harm than good.

That's why it's important to investigate carefully and thoroughly and ensure facts and evidence, not assumptions, tell the story. The people who lost a loved one in Dallas deserve no less, so I hope authorities will ensure they get some real answers.

One Killed in Fiery Single-Vehicle Accident on Wycliff Ave in Dallas, TX
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