Veronica Felon Dies in Midland Traffic Accident

Tricia Nuki

A Monday afternoon, June 29th, accident in the Midland area of Texas claimed the life of a female passenger. Veronica Felon, 47, died from the injuries sustained in a two-vehicle crash in the 1800-block of S Garfield Street.

The car accident report disclosed that Felon and the driver of the car she was traveling in sustained different degrees of injuries, and the medics conveyed the two to Midland Memorial Hospital. The victim died while receiving treatment.

The preliminary investigation carried out by the Midland Police Department Traffic Division disclosed that the car the two were in was traveling north when it tried to turn sharply into the southbound lanes. The vehicle spun out of control, and a pickup truck struck it.

The driver of the truck sustained minor wounds and received treatment. The investigation is ongoing, and the police have not cited anyone for the accident.

Motor vehicle accidents are one of the leading causes of deaths in Texas and the United States. To reduce the high fatality rate of traffic crashes, law enforcement and traffic agencies release tips for drivers to follow when on the road.

Motorists should pull slowly into traffic, pay close attention to blindspots using rear-view mirrors, and behind windshield pillars, or highway road signs. Watch out for drivers running red lights, keep one hand on the steering wheel, frequently maintain the vehicle’s engine, and look out for children and animals that might show up suddenly on the roadway.

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