• January 23, 2023

Tylan Kentrel Dean Injured in Car Accident in Houston, TX

Houston, TX -- June 13, 2022, Tylan Kentrel Dean was injured following an accident where a pickup crashed into his car.

Investigators said that the incident happened at around 3:25 p.m. along Louisiana Street just off McGowen Street.

23-year-old Tylan Dean was said to be the driver of a Honda Accord on northbound Louisiana Street. For reasons unclear, it appears a Chevy Silverado rear-ended Dean's vehicle.

Tylan Kentrel Dean Injured in Car Accident in Houston, TX

While details from authorities list Dean as having incapacitating injuries, they also say elsewhere that no injuries were reported. I wonder why that may be. It could just be a simple typo or the officer filling out the report ticking the wrong box—that happens.

But I also worry it could be a situation like one I had not long ago where a man was said to be okay following a rear-end collision, but then his back started to hurt to the point he could barely get up and walk. It turned out he ruptured a disk in his spine, but it took a few days for the fluid to leak for the true symptoms to show themselves. Hopefully everyone is okay here, because our journey to get that man back on his feet was one I wouldn't wish upon anyone.


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