Two People Pass Away in a Single Vehicle Crash in Limestone County, Texas
At 6:30 A.M. in Limestone County, Texas, two people died after a vehicle crash on Highway 164.
Details About the Limestone County Car Crash
According to the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS), the fatal, single vehicle accident took place 6 miles east of Mart on Highway 164 in Limestone County, Texas. The driver collided into an embankment after hitting a guardrail. The driver was said to be tired.
Two people died in the crash, two passengers were taken to BSW Waco with non-life-threatening injuries, and another who was taken to Baylor Scott and White in Temple, Texas is said to be in critical condition.
The crash is still under investigation.
Driver Fatigue: Facts and Tips
If you ever find yourself in a situation where you are tired and must get behind the wheel, there is one simple solution: don’t do it.
Did you know fatigue can cause impaired judgment? In some ways, driving while tired is almost the same as drunk driving. There are roughly 100,000 reported accidents every year as a result of driving when tired according to the National Highway Safety Administration. The exact number is not certain because it is hard to dictate when a driver is truly fatigued.
How to Avoid Car Accidents Caused by Driving Tired
Next time you catch yourself yawning and feeling drowsy while on the road, please park somewhere safe like a rest stop and take a nap. A few rounds of exercises or an impromptu karaoke session at a rest stop or safe area can also wake you up.
Caffeine or energy boosting foods before hitting the road again can also help you, but do remember, caffeine and cat naps are only short-term remedies for sleepiness.
Nothing beats getting a full night’s rest the day before your trip.
Car accidents are stressful and overwhelming. If you ever find yourself in a situation, know your Austin car accident attorneys at Ramos James Law, PLLC are here to aid you in your journey to recovery.
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