Frisco Crash Ends With Driver Dead
The online world, the world of quick saves in video games, of the recycle bin on your PC’s desktop, of the convenient “undo” button at the top of almost every app or program, we sometimes lose touch with the permanent nature of reality. Even social media, which is serious and supposedly permanent, is constantly flooded with billions of new pieces of content. Anything you did that could have brought about massive consequences was probably buried in the sands of content within minutes of you posting it. Unless someone really goes searching for them, your past mistakes online are usually lost in the noise.
This isn’t true in real life, of course. The mistakes we make, even tiny moments of poor judgment, can lead to permanent and far-reaching consequences. When these mistakes are made on the road, behind the wheel of a speeding vehicle, the results could be fatal, leaving others to lean up the mess and try to piece together exactly what happened in the past.
Take the example of a man that died early Thursday morning, around 2:00 a.m. He was driving at what officials are calling a high rate of speed, according to this CBS Local report, when he crashed into a construction site on the 4100 block of Gridiron Road. Police are still investigating the exact cause of this accident since the 34-year-old drive did not survive to tell his story.