• January 31, 2023

Tommy Wesley Killed in Truck Accident in Webb County, TX

Webb County, TX -- December 18, 2022, Tommy Wesley was killed as the result of an accident where his truck crashed along I-35.

Investigators said that the incident took place at around 11:15 p.m. on northbound lanes of I-35 near mile marker 26.

Details say that 54-year-old Tommy Wesley was the driver of a semi-truck going along the interstate. For reasons which have not been officially confirmed, the truck left its lane and overturned. The wreckage then caught fire. Wesley sustained fatal injuries due to the crash. No one else appeared to be involved.

Tommy Wesley Killed in Truck Accident in Webb County, TX

Sadly, I am not surprised to see so few details confirmed about this crash. I have seen experienced truckers and the challenges they face day in and day out. There are so many things working against them, and even the most skilled drivers can find themselves in a situation they just can't avoid. Yet a lot of times, people write off crashes like this one as the driver just being on their phone or falling asleep. That's not just ignoring other possibilities; it's outright disrespectful to the victim's loved ones left behind looking for answers.

Were there mechanical defects? Was there a cargo shift? Did the driver have a medical emergency? Did a tire blow out? Did some reckless four-wheeler cut them off, then leave the scene? Do they work for a company that forces drivers to work long hours or operate dangerous equipment? My hope is authorities here are experienced and thorough enough to include these questions in their findings. Otherwise, there's no telling what may slip through the cracks.



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