Head-On Crash In Keller Kills Two
Of all the kinds of car accidents that can happen on the road, few are nearly as dangerous, as fatal, as the head-on collision. We might hear of someone being T-boned, and this is a very dangerous crash. Of course, any accident that involves a pedestrian is likely deadly to the person on foot and without the protection of a steel and fiberglass vehicle wrapped around them.
But the sheer force, the amount of momentum, involved in a head-on crash is beyond compare. This is especially true if both vehicles are traveling at a high speed. The results are often fatal for everyone involved.
Take the example of a head-on crash that happened in Keller, Texas, according to this report from NBC DFW. On Highway 377, a northbound driver crossed the center line and struck a vehicle that was traveling in the opposite direction. This happened in the 1300 block of the highway, near the intersection of Kroger Driver.
Thankfully, there were only two people in the vehicles, the two drivers, a 55-year-old woman and a 24-year-old man. They were both pronounced dead at the scene.
When two moving vehicles crash head-on, the likelihood of death for all involved is very high. At least in this case no other vehicles were involved. Still, this was a great tragedy indeed.