• January 10, 2022

Raymone Ronald Suber Injured in Accident on Montana Avenue in El Paso, TX

UPDATE (January 28, 2022): Authorities released additional details about the crash. They said the victim was 29-year-old Raymone Ronald Suber. Suber was reportedly leaving the parking lot of a bar when the motorcycle lost control and crashed. Authorities say they suspect that Suber was intoxicated. Right now, additional etails are unavailable.

El Paso, TX -- January 9, 2022, one person sustained injuries following an accident where a motorcycle crashed along Montana Avenue.

Investigators reported that the crash took place at around 1:00 a.m. near the intersection of Montana Avenue and Lee Trevino.

Officials said that a motorcyclist was traveling along Montana when the vehicle somehow lost control and crashed. The motorcyclist was taken to a hospital with injuries initially said to be severe.

Right now, additional details are unavailable.

Commentary on Raymone Ronald Suber Motorcycle Accident in El Paso

It's a very concerning detail to see claims that this happened right outside of a bar at time of the morning where a lot of drunk driving accidents happen. Perhaps there is other evidence that makes authorities believe alcohol was a factor here, but those details alone certainly raise some red flags. Just to be clear, these details have yet to be confirmed, and I still would not encourage anyone to jump to conclusions. But given how complex a drunk driving crash can be, it's important to go over what it might mean if alcohol did cause this crash.

Raymone Ronald Suber Accident El Paso, TX

If someone is leaving a bar intoxicated, and they get into an accident, investigators need to look into how much that bar served them. It's illegal in Texas for bars to over-serve someone who is obviously intoxicated. Doing so can put their life and the lives of others in serious danger, and it can make that establishment liable if their intoxication does lead to an accident.

Authorities named the bar in their reports, and I checked them out on the online TABC database. It would appear they've had encounters with the TABC in the past, at least once for allegedly over-serving customers. That doesn't mean they contributed to this accident, but with someone being seriously injured, it's important folks have an opportunity to get whatever help they can through our legal system. That shouldn't change just because they, too, may have mistakes they need to own up to. Are investigators continuing to look into these possibilities?

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