• February 01, 2022

Paul Duffy Killed in Single-Vehicle Accident in Study Butte-Terlingua, TX

Study Butte-Terlingua, TX -- January 9, 2022, Paul Duffy was killed as the result of an accident where his vehicle crashed off the side of the road.

Investigators reported that the crash took place at around 5:40 p.m. along Rex Ivey Road in the area of Terlingua Spring Road.

Officials said that 65-year-old Paul Duffy was in a Chevy Tahoe traveling westbound on Rex Ivey. The vehicle lost control, ultimately going off-road and overturning.

Due to the crash, Duffy sustained fatal injuries in the crash. Authorities say they're looking into alcohol as a possible factor in the crash.

Commentary on Paul Duffy Car Accident in Study Butte-Terlingua

Paul Duffy single-Vehicle Accident Study Butte-Terlingua, TX

It's obviously serious anytime authorities bring up alcohol, though until there is clear evidence to confirm that's what happened here, it's little more than speculation. A prudent investigations is also going to look into other factors, even if certain possibilities seem unlikely (mechanical issues, for example). But if alcohol was a factor, it's crucial to figure out exactly what all led to the crash. If someone is on their way home from a bar, and evidence shows the bar illegally over-served them, that bar could be liable for their role in the crash under dram shop law. That isn't the sort of thing authorities tend to look into on their own, which is why it's important to make sure the investigators handling things know what they're doing and have the tools to get the victim's loved ones the answers they deserve.


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