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Texas woman dies in horrific rear-end collision

Rear-end collisions can be catastrophic. If a driver is speeding or not paying attention to the roadway, there may be no effort to slow down and no time to apply the brakes before disaster occurs. Often, even if the victim sees the car coming, there is no way to avoid being hit. One Texas family is mourning the loss of a loved one who died as a result of a rear-end collision.

The accident occurred around 12:30 a.m. when a 40-year-old woman was traveling east on I-30. A 19-year-old woman driving in the same direction struck her vehicle from behind. The teen was apparently traveling at such a high rate of speed that, upon impact, the other car flipped numerous times before slamming into a support beam for an interstate sign. The victim's car wrapped around the structure, bowing its steel beams. She died on the scene.

Meanwhile, the teen in the other vehicle was not injured. She allegedly exited her car and fled on foot, but police traced her using the registration information on the vehicle. When police made contact with her, she reportedly admitted to her involvement in the crash. Police do not believe she was impaired at the time of the accident.

Many lives were changed in that moment of careless driving. The victim likely left behind family and friends in Texas who grieve for her. While monetary compensation will not replace the loss of a beloved soul, it may allow the family to bear the financial stress that often accompanies the sudden and tragic death of a loved one.

Source:, "Deadly wreck damages I-30 road sign in Downtown Dallas", Oct. 27, 2017

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