ACTUALIZACIÓN (25 de enero, 2019): Los reportes de la policía indican que el hombre que fue atropellado mientras montaba en bicicleta es Joshua Efraín Morales-Morales de 26 años. Justin Pedro Clark de 22 años, el conductor del carro, fue acusado de Asalto por Intoxicación tras el choque.

San Antonio, TX — 11 de enero, 2019, un hombre sufrió heridas fatales debido a un accidente en el que un carro lo atropelló mientras montaba en bicicleta.

Los informes indican que el accidente sucedió alrededor de las 2:00 de la mañana, por la intersección de Cypress Street y Main Avenue.

De acuerdo con la policía, el ciclista iba al frente de dos vehículos al momento del incidente. Por motivos que no se han determinado en este momento, uno de los vehículos atropelló al ciclista.

El hombre en la bicicleta fue trasladado al hospital tras el accidente. La gravedad de sus lesiones no fue reportada. Las autoridades creen que el conductor que lo atropelló estaba intoxicado, pero esto no se ha confirmando.

Mapa del Área

Reporte de Accidente
Joshua Morales-Morataya Reporte de Accidente pg. 1
Joshua Morales-Morataya Reporte de Accidente pg. 2


Aunque el conductor que atropelló al ciclista fue acusado de asalto por intoxicación, es posible que hayan personas que también contribuyeron al accidente que no están enfrentando a la justicia. Si el conductor estaba en un bar antes del accidente, el bar puede haber sido cómplice en la tragedia.

Muchas veces proveedores autorizados de alcohol le sirven a personas a pesar de que ya están obviamente intoxicadas; esto es ilegal. Cuando esto ocurre y la persona intoxicada causa un accidente en el que resultan heridos, el bar puede ser obligado a rendirle cuentas a las víctimas, de acuerdo con la ley de Dram Shop.

Personas que han sido lastimadas de esta manera pueden tomar una acción de Dram Shop para asegurar de que la negligencia de todas las personas involucradas en sus lesionas sea castigadas. No está claro en este momento si un establecimiento que sirve alcohol contribuyó al accidente, pero es importante determinarlo, para que se haga la justicia.

–Grossman Law Offices

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