• March 17, 2023

Edwin Don Hohensee Injured in Truck Accident in Rosenberg, TX

Rosenberg, TX -- February 19, 2023, Edwin Hohensee sustained injuries following an accident where his vehicle crashed with a semi.

Initial details say that the incident happened at around 2:30 a.m. along Highway 59 in the area of Spur 10/Hartledge Road. Investigators said that 70-year-old Edwin Hohensee was in a Honda Accord traveling southbound along the freeway. Somehow, his vehicle and a tractor-trailer collided side to side. Due to the collision, Hohensee had incapacitating injuries. No one else appeared to be injured.

Edwin Don Hohensee Injured in Truck Accident in Rosenberg, TX

I certainly don't know more than anyone else in the public about this crash, but I do have experience with accidents where someone is said to have "incapacitating injuries". One of my biggest concerns in those situations is to what degree the victim was incapacitated and whether or not they got to tell their side of the story.

If authorities arrive on the scene, and the victim is unconscious or was already taken to the hospital, they may only base their story on whatever the other driver says. They typically follow up later on, but sometimes the victim simply slips through the cracks, and no one is asking them for their view of what happened.

I can only hope that's not what happened here and that authorities made sure to speak with the victim rather than tell a one-sided story.


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