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The holidays can be a wonderful opportunity to spend time with family and friends, and it is a great way to catch-up on old times. However, although holidays are fun and filled with joy, drivers must continue to stay alert at all times and watch out for other drivers and themselves. What can be a moment of laughter can quickly turn into a moment of anguish for individuals who have been the victims of a fatal car accident.

This was the case for a fatal car accident that occurred early Tuesday morning, where two young individuals were pronounced dead on the scene of a car accident.

An Unexpected and Fatal Accident

This was the case for the family and friends of two individuals. According to official reports, two individuals passed away after being involved in a single-car wreck. Although the exact cause of the car accident is not clear, what is known is that the vehicle, a gray Saturn SUV, was driving on Sargent Park close to Overton Road (in East Oak Cliff), when all of a sudden the vehicle impacted a tree. The accident occurred between 12:00 in the morning and 6:00 in the morning on Tuesday.

The identities of the individuals involved in the car accident have not yet been released, but authorities note that they may have died upon impact. Both individuals where in their early 20’s.

How Can You Stay Safe During the Holidays?

One of the biggest ways that a driver can avoid being involved in a car accident during the holiday season is to be mentally prepared to meet certain factors. First, drivers must understand that not all drivers will drive sober, respectfully, or safely during a holiday. This is especially true in holidays such as the 4th of July or New Year’s Day, where drivers have been known to engage in reckless behavior. The second factor that drivers can look out for is obstacles on the road. This is true especially in North Texas, where construction and new building projects that have been recurring in the past decade cause numerous changes road lanes, traffic patterns, and the like. Different construction paths, combined with reckless driving that is seen during the holiday season, can be the formula for a terrible accident to occur. Finally, drivers must understand that being prepared and safe beforedriving can be a lifesaver. This includes checking traffic changes at home and other tasks that can avoid being in an unwanted situation.

Although the July 4th holiday was one involving cookouts, games, and pool parties, for others it involved the mourning of lost ones who have died in an unexpected accident, which is why it is important to reach out to others who may be going through a difficult time. For this reason, we encourage all drivers to remain alert when driving during the holidays.

Here at the Anderson Injury Lawyers, we are thankful and appreciative for those who have supported the United States through their military service, and we sincerely honor those who have died defending our great nation’s freedom.