• February 01, 2023

Paula Jackson Phelix Injured in 18-wheeler Accident in Comanche County, TX

Comanche County, TX -- January 17, 2023, Paula Jackson Phelix was injured due to an accident where her vehicle crashed with an 18-wheeler.

According to officials, the crash happened at around 7:10 p.m. along Highway 36 at the intersection of County Road 125. Their initial details said that 58-year-old Paula Jackson Phelix was in a Toyota Highlander traveling along CR 125.

Paula Jackson Phelix Injured in 18-wheeler Accident in Comanche County, TX

At the highway, it appears the Toyota went straight across the highway and into the opposite ditch. It then veered back around and into westbound lanes of the highway where it crashed with a semi-trailer. As a result, Phelix had injuries said to be incapacitating. They did not give additional details about what caused the crash.

To be rather frank, I can't help wondering if something highly unusual like a mechanical defect or a medical event occurred. Such odd behavior as is described here isn't too unusual late at night or early in the morning when things like alcohol and fatigue are common. But at just 7:00 p.m., I doubt that this kind of behavior was due to a mistake on the driver's part. Is it possible? Sure, but my concern is whether or not authorities are at least giving the victim the benefit of the doubt and considering what else may have gone wrong here.


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