• March 10, 2023

Justin Todd Kellar Injured in Car Accident in Parker County, TX

Parker County, TX -- February 19, 2023, Justin Kellar was injured due to an accident where multiple vehicles collided.

Preliminary details about the accident say that it happened at approximately 9:48 p.m. on US Highway 180 near Maddox Road.

Officials said that there was a Dodge Ram 2500 was going westbound against eastbound traffic when a collision with two other vehicles occurred.

Justin Todd Kellar Injured in Car Accident in Parker County, TX

One person involved in the crash, 35-year-old Justin Kellar, apparently had incapacitating injuries. No other injuries were mentioned.

While details of a vehicle driving into oncoming traffic are always concerning, there were some details that could make this a lot more complex than one would think. Apparently, this stretch of road was diverted due to a construction zone such that both directions were on the same side of the road and separated by cones.

Could it be that there's something wrong with this construction zone? Something people don't always consider is that, unusual as it may be, a crash like this can just be a simple mistake. Instead of jumping to conclusions, it's best to let the evidence speak for itself. I can't confirm anything beyond what I'm seeing right now, so it's going to take a lot more evidence to say what actually led to this crash, common or not.


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