07.24Be Extra Vigilant when in your Auto
Life is short and no one ever expects it to end accidentally. Car accidents are a leading cause of death and injury in the United States. This is why driving defensively is so crucial when sharing the road with other cars. July 14th was the day that a Texan family lost their young teenage daughter unexpectedly to a car crash. The girl was a resident of Sherman, Texas and was just 1 of the 5 people involved in the collision. All others were also hurt, but no one else lost their precious lives.
This horrible accident has left scars that no one will be able to repair. No amount of time or money can replace the life of a loved one. Hopefully, the young girl’s family will be able to mourn her death and heal in such a way that they can be happy again. Whether you live in Dallas or San Jose, these auto accidents are something to watch out for. At least the families of those affected can reach out to a Orange County car accident attorneys and auto accident lawyer which Orange County residents know and depend on like The Law Offices of this site who also does wrongful death. Their guidance in a time like this can help make sense of necessary legal proceedings when the victims are already under so much stress.
Around 10 pm on last Friday night, a small car was driving southbound on FM 1417 when the female driver turned left onto Taylor Street. A pickup truck was traveling northbound on FM 1417 and T-Boned the car, killing one passenger and injuring the 3 other survivors. My friend, who runs a San Jose Auto Service has told me that these types of auto accidents quite common as he has seen at his auto service center. Police are looking into whether seatbelts were worn or not. The pickup truck driver was also injured and all people were transported to the emergency room, one by careflight to a Dallas hospital. Police announced 17-year-old Taylor Williams dead at the scene. It is not clear who was at fault for the accident as investigations continue. Sadly, everyone affected will never forget the occurrence.