Andrews County – Matthew Cline, Peter Tremblay Died Following a Car Accident on FM 176
Posted on Friday, July 26th, 2019 at 8:11 am
The two victims who died in a fatal head-on collision on Farm to Market 176 have been identified by Andrews County law enforcement officials, a local news source reported.
Authorities identified the fatalities as Matthew Cline, 33, from Eunice, New Mexico, and Peter Tremblay, 54, of Katy, Texas.
According to initial reports, Cline was operating a driving a 1991 Mazda Miata along the eastbound lane of FM 176 when, for reasons that had been determined, he crossed the center stripe and collided head-on with a westbound vehicle driven by Tremblay. The impact of the collision killed both drivers.
Area investigators were called onto the scene to determine what caused the Mazda to traveled through the westbound lanes. No further details are available at this time.
We express our deepest condolences to the family and relatives of the deceased victims. May God grant you the strength you need to get through this difficult moment in your life. We strongly believe that authorities will do everything to bring those responsible to justice.
Texas is among the states in the US that have the most car accidents which involved injuries and fatalities every year. Some of the common factors contributing to the rising cases of collisions in the area include the worsening traffic situation, weather conditions, and poor driving habits.
Bad driving habits are the greatest cause of a fatal crash. It can be lethal to the person behind the wheel, as well as the drivers on the road. Drivers who do not use their signal to change lanes or those who do not secure their blind spots before shifting direction are more likely to be involved in an accident. Some of the most dangerous driving habits include speeding, unsafe lane change, tailgating, and driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. If you or someone you love has been a victim of a car accident with a negligent driver, you have a right to fair compensation for the trauma you experienced and the injuries you have suffered.