• May 30, 2017

Ashley Marie Nava Killed in Accident in Harlingen, TX

Harlingen, TX -- A single-vehicle crash in the area of Harlingen, Texas claimed the life of 24-year-old Ashley Marie Nava Friday, May 26, 2017.

The incident happened near 21500 FM 507 around 5 a.m.

According to police, the victim was found unresponsive in the back seat of her car following what appeared to be a single-vehicle crash. Her vehicle, based upon media reports, lost control, went into a ditch, striking a utility pole.

Ms. Nava was killed at the scene of the incident.

The investigation into the incident is ongoing.

More information may become available as the investigation concludes.

map of the area


When you're dealing with single-vehicle accidents like these, examining how the vehicle performed and behaved is key. Why is this important? Well, most automobiles have extremely high standards for safety. Earmarking for a moment what it was that caused the vehicle to lose control, if there was chance the built-in safety features in this car failed, the manufacturer may bear some responsibility for this crash going from survivable to fatal. Considering the prevalence of high profile auto defects reported by the media, it would come as no great surprise if this particular vehicle suffered from one such defect. That being said, we may never know unless someone who specializes in these types of accidents takes a closer look.

--Grossman Law Offices


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