• February 24, 2023

Oshoke Ameh Killed in Single-Vehicle Accident in Irving, TX

Irving, TX -- November 6, 2022, Oshoke Ameh was killed due to an accident where his vehicle crashed along the freeway.

Investigators said that the incident happened at around 11:00 p.m. along the Airport Freeway near Estrada Parkway. 31-year-old Oshoke Ameh was said to be the driver of a Nissan Altima traveling eastbound on TX 183. Somehow, the vehicle swerved right and crashed into the median. The vehicle went airborne before crashing to a halt. Ameh sustained fatal injuries as a result.

Oshoke Ameh Killed in Single-Vehicle Accident in Irving, TX

Beyond this, further information can't be confirmed. I would like to think authorities were able to get the family clear answers they didn't release to the public, but I often find single-vehicle wrecks don't get the attention they need. They can be more complex than people may realize. As common as some factors are, there are plenty of others which require careful investigation with specialized tools to catch. If authorities don't take those steps, something important could slip through the cracks. Hopefully the authorities here understood that and ensured the family got the answers they deserve.

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