• February 16, 2023

Johnny Daugharty Jr. Killed in Car Accident in Ellis County, TX

Ellis County, TX -- February 1, 2023, Johnny Daugharty Jr. was killed after an accident where his vehicle crashed and overturned.

Investigators happened at around 8:08 p.m. along I-35E in the area of Bigham Road. It appears that 35-year-old Johnny Daugharty Jr. was in a Chevy Sonic traveling northbound along the interstate. That vehicle appeared to have lost control on ice, causing the vehicle to hit the barrier, then overturned.

Johnny Daugharty Jr. Killed in Car Accident in Ellis County, TX

Daugharty succumbed to fatal injuries as a result of the crash. No one else was said to be involved. Right now, additional factors surrounding the crash are unavailable.

When it comes to single vehicle wrecks, one of my biggest concerns is always whether or not it gets the attention it deserves. I've had countless families come to me with crashes like the one described here, and it may shock people to see just what all can go wrong. Was there a tire blow out? Brake failure? A medical emergency? Road hazards? Another reckless driver that left the scene? Faulty airbags or seatbelt?

I know the reaction from many is to just assume the driver did something wrong. I'm not here to say that didn't cause this crash. That's not for me to say. I just know the importance of letting the evidence speak for itself rather than jumping to conclusions, no matter likely or unlikely those conclusions may be. Why would this crash be an exception?


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