Young Fort Worth Man Killed In Single-Vehicle Crash
A young man died in a single-vehicle crash early Monday morning and has now been identified as a resident of Fort Worth, according to this report from Fort Worth Star-Telegram. This 21-year-old man was driving along Miller Avenue when he apparently lost control of his vehicle. This incident happened at about 3:30 A.M., or just prior. Fort Worth Police were called out at that time to the crash in the 3400 block of Miller Avenue in Fort Worth.
Mier had been driving south on Mi8ller Avenue when he swerved off the street and collided with a concrete pole in a parking lot, according to the police. He was ejected from the vehicle at the time, and he was pronounced dead at the scene.
It is possible that, if he’d been wearing a seat belt, he’d have survived the crash. He certainly wouldn’t have been thrown out of the car and onto the street.
At any rate, police are still looking into what might have caused this unfortunate accident in the early morning hours of Monday of this week.
When we find ourselves on the road in the middle of the night, we might be tempted to play fast and loose with the rules of the road, or we might drive more recklessly than we normally would. This is because no other cars may be on the road at the time. Certainly, traffic is thin at 3:00 in the morning. But is taking that risk worth it considering what could happen? Certainly, the family of this young man would tell it it isn’t worth it.