• March 06, 2023

Lavarius Davis Killed in Car Accident on I-20 in Arlington, TX

Arlington, TX -- March 4. 2023, Lavarius Davis was killed as the result of an accident where multiple cars crashed along I-20.

Initial details from police indicate the incident happened at around 3:00 a.m. in the area of I-20 and Center Street. It appears that 30-year-old Lavarius Davis was in a vehicle travewlingwestbound on I-20. Somehow, it crashed into the back of a Toyota Avalon. Then, both vehicles were hit by a GMC Sierra.

Lavarius Davis Killed in Car Accident on I-20 in Arlington, TX

Due to the collision, Davis sustained fatal injuries. The other drivers had injuries said to be non-life-threatening. The Avalon driver was apparently arrested due to warrants. Right now, no further information can be confirmed.

Despite how long I've been doing this blog, I still have a lot of people that would see a crash like this and just assume the vehicle that police say rear-ended the other is automatically to blame. That's often true, but it's not at all automatic—that's a misconception as old as time, and it only ever serves to harm the victims and families who deserve a chance to actually get some clear answers. My hope is authorities handling investigations here share the concern for those folks so they can make sure to let nothing important slip through the cracks.


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