• March 31, 2023

Steven Michael Casto, 1 Injured in Car Accident in Alvin, TX

Brazoria County, TX — November 8, 2022, Steven Michael Casto and another driver were injured due to a two-car accident along FM 528 in Alvin.

Preliminary details provided by authorities say that the crash happened just after 7:00 p.m. at the intersection of Highway 35 and FM 528.

Steven Michael Casto, 1 Injured in Car Accident in Alvin, TX

From authorities, it appears that 41-year-old Steven Casto was in a Dodge Durango traveling eastbound on FM 528. At the intersection, Casto's vehicle and a northbound Toyota Rav4 on the highway collided.

Both Casto and the other unidentified driver were said to have incapacitating injuries due to the crash. Police only said that one of the drivers may have disregarded the traffic light. No other details have been confirmed.

It always bothers me seeing authorities put out details which more or less amount to them saying, "Two cars crashed, and we have no idea why." Maybe they've since cleared things up, but I've seen them just drop an investigation and leave the victims out in the wind. Not that long ago, for example, it took us virtually no time or effort to find a security camera with clear footage of a crash involving a truck that ran a red light. The investigating officer, however, seemed to think it was just an unsolvable case of "he said, she said." I wonder if similar evidence has been overlooked here.


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