• February 10, 2023

Olivia Majors Killed in Car Accident at I-35E & Walton Walker in Dallas, TX

UPDATE (May 19, 2023): Details released publicly identified the victim killed in the accident as 21-year-old Olivia Majors. Right now, the cause of the crash still cannot be confirmed without further information.

Dallas, TX -- February 7, 2023, a driver was killed as the result of an accident where their vehicle crashed and caught fire along I-35E.

Investigators said that the incident happened at around 4:00 a.m. at the I-35E and Walton Walker/Loop 12 interchange. It appears that a vehicle merging onto Walton Walker somehow crashed into a barrier. The vehicle then caught fire. The unidentified driver of the vehicle was found to be deceased at the crash scene, authorities say. No further information can be confirmed at this time.

Olivia Majors Killed in Car Accident on I-35E in Dallas, TX

One of the biggest concerns I have with early morning single-vehicle wrecks is that they don't always get enough attention from authorities. Despite all kinds of things like mechanical defects, medical emergencies, or hit-and-runs being possible, even authorities can be quick to just assume the driver did something wrong. That's possible, of course, but I know if I lost a loved one in a crash like this, I wouldn't settle for what "probably" happened. I'd want to see the facts. Hopefully investigators are giving this crash that same level of attention.


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