Brownsville, Texas – Local authorities released information related to a three-vehicle accident that led to an SUV rolling over and killing the driver.
Thirty-year-old Michael Alexander Nash was traveling on Price Road near Parades Line Road in a gray SUV when he was violently rear-ended by a driver in an SUV. The force of the collision caused Nash’s vehicle to overturn, resulting in his death.
Two other motorists were injured in the crash and taken to local hospitals for treatment.
The events leading up to the collision were not immediately clear. Authorities are investigating the accident.
The negligent driver must be held responsible for the innocent loss of life caused by this collision.
I am deeply saddened that another innocent life has been lost due to another’s negligence. Mr. Nash was a wholly innocent motorist who was wronged at no fault of his own. And while the driver of the other vehicle likely intended no harm, his actions cost a man his life. Such injustice cannot be ignored.
An investigation will need to be conducted to determine what caused the at-fault driver to crash into the back of another vehicle. Was the driver distracted by a cell phone or some other object? Was the driver under the influence of drugs or alcohol? Was there a medical emergency or some other contributing factor outside the control of the driver that prevented evasive action? A detailed investigation conducted by trained attorneys will provide the answers to these questions and help determine the best path forward for the surviving family.
Until then, I offer my condolences to the Nash family during this difficult time of loss.
The Ammons Law Firm represents clients nationwide in catastrophic injury and wrongful death litigation, with extensive experience in complex auto/tire defect and commercial vehicle cases.
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