White Sox Pitcher Killed in ATV Accident
Posted By Meyerkord & Meyerkord, LLC
A 28-year-old former White Sox Pitcher, Daniel Webb, was killed in an
ATV accident on Saturday night. The accident occurred in Humphreys County, Tennessee
and three other individuals were also injured. Webb was pronounced dead
at the scene of the accident and is believed to have suffered head trauma.
His wife was one of the other three individuals injured in the crash and
sustained serious injuries. Webb was a pitcher with the White Sox organization
from 2013 to 2016. He was released by the team after having Tommy John’s
surgery. The accident is under investigation.
All-terrain vehicles, ATVs, are used very commonly in rural areas of the
United States. These vehicles are often used for both work and recreational
purposes. Farmers often use ATVs to assist with livestock, hauling, and
traveling on their land. However, many people often use them for recreation
and even sport. The design of the vehicle causes them to have a tendency
to flip or rollover. Other factors that typically cause ATV accidents
include operating the vehicles under the influence of alcohol or drugs,
speeding, lack of experience, and unsafe road conditions. Individuals
that are involved in ATV accidents often suffer serious injuries and even death.
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