• July 17, 2017

Dallas, TX: One Killed, Two Hurt in Multi-Vehicle Accident at SB I-35E and Royal Lane

Dallas, TX -- A crash in the area of Dallas, Texas claimed the life of one person and left at least two people with injuries Monday, July 17, 2017.

The crash happened at SB I-35E and Royal Lane Monday morning. Though the details in the report were scarce, it appears at least two semi-trucks were involved and multiple passenger vehicles. One passenger truck was reportedly on its side, while one of the semi-trucks was flipped over as well.

One person was killed, while the report claims at least two people were injured.

The investigation is currently underway.

map of the area

Commentary

At this time, the report provided few details regarding this deadly incident. From what I can tell from the pictures, it appears to be a pretty complex crash. That being said, either the media outlets reporting on this crash are perplexed, or the information given them was false.

Let me preface this by saying I don't intend to be too critical of the hard work done by local police officials. Accidents like these are extremely complex, and require the necessary technology, and full resources to better understand them. Unfortunately, most police departments don't receive the necessary funding, which leaves them inadequately staffed, and lacking the appropriate tools to properly investigate multi-vehicle truck accidents of this magnitude.

This is why I advocate victims and their families seeking the assistance of non-governmental organizations to get the answers they deserve. These accident reconstructionists have the tools and resources necessary to place these types of truck accidents under greater scrutiny; providing victims and their loved ones with a more thorough fact pattern, and with hope, a bit of closure.

--Grossman Law Offices

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