Bryan, Texas Rollover Accident Claims Two Lives on FM 2818

Posted By The Carlson Law Firm || 1-Nov-2013

A Bryan, Texas rollover accident on FM 2818 claimed the lives of at least two people, shutting the roadway down from Sandy Point to Mumford, police reported.

The first causality of the auto accident was identified as 57-year-old Casey Richmond. The other man who was killed in the rollover crash was identified by officials as 26-year-old Timothy Baldobino. A child was, reportedly, injured in the car accident in Bryan. That child was transported to Scott & White Hospital in Temple via helicopter.

Authorities are still investigating the scene of the accident in an effort to uncover what may have caused the vehicle to overturn and whether the occupants in the vehicles were wearing seatbelts at the time of the crash.

The roadway was open again by 4:30 p.m. officials with the Bryan Police Department said.

Many rollover crashes leave victims and their loves ones wonder what they may have done differently to prevent such a tragedy. But while there are many factors related to the causes and the instance of a rollover car wreck, many vehicles and the equipment within are designed to withstand the impact that accompanies a rollover and the pressure of surfaces and roadways against the roof. Standards regarding crashworthiness of vehicles require the roofs to be able to withstand specific amounts of pressure and weight in an effort to protect the space between the roof and the vulnerable heads and necks of occupants. When roofs fail to perform as those should or don’t meet those standards, the repercussions can be deadly.

If you or someone you love was injured in a rollover, call our Texas rollover accident lawyers for a free initial consultation today. With medical professionals and investigators right on staff, our team of attorneys have access to imperative information and evidence that sometimes helps improve our clients cases by highlighting the facts surrounding. We care. We can help.

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