Accident In Frisco Kills Two, Injures Three More
The most common cause for an accident is excess speed. It’s easy to understand why. The faster you go, the harder you hit, the longer it takes to stop, and you have less time to react to danger. Speed is believed to be a factor in a chain reaction crash that killed two individuals and injured three more in a crash in Frisco last Sunday. Here’s what the Dallas Morning News has to say.
The crash happened in the early afternoon on Sunday, March 28th, at the intersection of FM432 and Del Webb Boulevard. Three vehicles were involved, one an SUV and the others sedans. Two elderly victims in the Lexus were the fatalities. Three others were taken to the hospital for injuries, but there was no information in the report about how serious they were.
Police believe that speed was a factor in the crash, but have filed no charges yet in the case. They are seeking information from the public about what might have happened. If you have information, please contact the Frisco police department.
Please obey the speed limits when you’re out on the road. They are set for a reason. Roadways are designed to tolerate certain speeds, and drivers have an expectation of how fast everyone around them should be going thanks to the signs. When we’re all going at the right speed, there’s plenty of time and roadway for all of us to get to our destinations.