Ford Explorer Rollover on I-10 Near Columbus, Texas Kills Two

According to local sources in Columbus Texas,  Jennifer Greer of Missouri City was traveling west on I-10 on Friday  near Columbus, Texas in her Ford Explorer when she lost control of the SUV on the rain stick highway. The Ford Explorer left the road near the Columbus exit, flipped / rolled over several times and landed upside down on the service road of I10. Another vehicle traveling on the service road near the Columbus exit, narrowly avoided the rolled over Explorer.

Ford Explorer Roof Crush Deaths Outside of Columbus, Texas

The roof of the Ford Explorer was severely crushed killing the driver’s Greer’s four-year-old son and her six-year-old niece, who were both buckled up in the back seat. The severe roof crush killed them instantly according to authorities. Additionally in the rollover, Ms. Greer sustained head injuries and broke both legs. She was transported to Columbus Hospital, and was then transferred from the Columbus Hospital to Breckenridge Hospital in Austin.

Ford Explorer Roof Crush & Rollover Lawsuit

If you or a member of your family has been involved in a Ford Explorer rollover accident with a severe roof crush, roof pillar collapse failure or any other serious accident or roof failure and you have questions about whether the vehicle, seat belt, airbags or roof pillar strength or design may caused or contributed to the accident or injuries, then call us now. Mr. Willis is a Board Certified Personal Injury Attorney with over 23+ years of product liability, roof crush and rollover litigation experience. Call the Willis Law Firm in Houston Texas at 1-800-883-9858 for a Free & Confidential Consultation

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