Head-On Collision Near Beorne Kills 5
A fatal crash occurred at around 7 a.m. Monday, June 19, 2023, on the 900 block of Highway 87 North, according to a KENS5 news report.
A horrific three-vehicle accident Northwest of Corpus Christi leaves six people dead, according to an NBC News report. The police reported that a minivan was trying to overtake another vehicle in a no-passing zone when they crashed head-on into oncoming traffic. The vehicle that they crashed into was then rear-ended by another vehicle, killing six people between all three vehicles, including one juvenile passenger. Five others were taken to the hospital with “non-incapacitating” injuries, according to the police report. This horrific accident occurred on January 3, 2023.
(August 16, 2022) A head-on collision with an off-duty deputy landed an unidentified woman in the hospital last night, August 15, 2022, according to KENS 5. Head-on collisions are among the most dangerous and deadly auto accidents that occur, despite the fact that they are comparatively rare accidents.
Did you know?
Head-on collisions are some of the deadliest Texas car accidents. These collisions often involve high speeds and direct impact, increasing the chances of all occupants suffering serious injury. Head-on accidents are also almost always avoidable when motorists use common sense when behind the wheel. For example, the most common causes of head-on collisions are impaired driving, drowsy driving and distracted driving. Each of these driving behaviors involved a motorist’s decision to place their own convenience or desires over the safety of others on the road.
Recently, a tragic accident claimed the lives of two women and injured four others. According to a recent news report, the accident occurred around 1:45 am in Montgomery County, TX. The collision occurred near the Rayford/Sawdust exit in Spring.
Evidently, a woman driving a Honda was traveling the wrong way on the North Freeway when she crashed head-on with a Dodge pick-up truck. When emergency responders arrived on the scene, the wrong-way driver was immediately pronounced dead. Shortly after the collision, the pick-up truck caught fire.