• May 18, 2023

James Daniels Killed in Car Accident in Dallas, TX

Dallas, TX — February 20, 2023, James Daniels was fatally injured following a single-vehicle accident at around 10:55 p.m. along Carpenter Avenue.

Investigators released details about the crash which indicate that it happened in the 3300 block of Carpenter Avenue, just off the intersection of South 2nd Avenue.

James Daniels Killed in Car Accident in Dallas, TX

According to officials, 61-year-old James Irwin Daniels was in a GMC Sierra traveling along the southwest lanes of Carpenter Avenue. For reasons which are not confirmed right now, the vehicle somehow lost control and went onto the sidewalk. The vehicle then veered back and forth until it left the roadway again and crashed into a tree.

As a result of the single-vehicle wreck, Daniels sustained fatal injuries. The exact cause of the crash has not yet been determined publicly. Road conditions appeared to be clear at the time of the wreck, according to officials. They did not report other vehicles or individuals being involved. No additional information is available pending further investigations.


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