• January 26, 2023

Winnifred Hallman, Ashanti Hallman Injured in Car Accident in Tyler, TX

Tyler, TX -- June 22, 2022, Winnifred Hallman and Ashanti Hallman were injured due to an accident where a vehicle ran a red light.

Authorities said that the accident happened at around 11:00 a.m. along Earl Campbell at Old Noonday Road. 42-year-old Ashanti Hallman and 71-year-old Winnifred Hallman were both in a Hyundai Elantra when, according to police, a Jeep Wrangler disregarded a red light. This caused the vehicles to collide.

Winnifred Hallman, Ashanti Hallman Injured in Car Accident in Tyler, TX

Winnifred and Ashanti Hallman were said to have incapacitating and non incapacitating injuries, respectively. The other driver wasn't hurt.

Running a red light is obviously serious, but the reasons someone may do so can vary quite a bit. Usually, it's just because someone was on their phone. Other times, they were drunk coming from a local bar or restaurant. There are even unusual circumstances that may involve mechanical defects or malfunctioning traffic signals.

Folks often assume a situation is open and shut just because there seems to be an obvious mistake, but without knowing why something happened, it's a lot more challenging for victims and families to reach a satisfactory conclusion like they deserve.



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