• February 21, 2023

Edrick Diggs Injured in Car Accident in Porter, TX

Porter, TX — September 15, 2022, Edrick Diggs was seriously injured in a car accident around 1:20 p.m. on Farm-to-Market Road 1314 in Porter.

Crash investigators report that a Ford F-150 failed to yield and attempted a left turn out of a private driveway into the path of a Nissan Maxima, driven by Edrick Diggs. Investigators report that multiple airbags went off in both the F-150 and the Nissan Maxima.

Edrick Diggs was reportedly seriously injured, while the driver of the F-150 suffered minor injuries.

There is no further information at this time.

It doesn't pass the smell test that someone would be so seriously injured in a crash like this. The speed limit is only 45 mph and the seriously injured driver was struck on the passenger side of his vehicle. Usually, a person is going to walk away from this kind of collision with only some minor bumps and bruises. There doesn't seem to be a good explanation of what happened here. I wonder if anyone has a better insight than what's been reported.

Edrick Diggs Injured in Car Accident in Porter, TX

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