• February 01, 2022

Lioncio Munoz Injured in Single-Vehicle Accident on I-10 in Kendall County, TX

UPDATE (April 18, 2022): Reports identified the man injured in the accident as Lioncio Munoz. The cause of the crash cannot be officially confirmed at this time.

Kendall County, TX -- January 15, 2022, a Boerne man was injured as the result of an accident where a vehicle crashed along the interstate.

Investigators reported that the crash took place at around 12:45 a.m. along I-10 near mile marker 526.

Officials said that a 34-year-old Boerne man was in a Ford F-250 traveling westbound along the interstate. The pickup somehow lost control and ran off-road, overturning onto the access road.

Due to the crash, the pickup driver sustained incapacitating injuries. Police said the driver admitted to drinking, but it's unclear if alcohol caused the accident. Investigators gave no further details.

Commentary on Lioncio Munoz Single-Vehicle Accident in Kendall County

Since police mentioned alcohol as a possible factor here, that could certainly explain what led to the crash. It's not my place to say if that's true or not, but it's important to consider since folks can sometimes be the victim of a business illegally over-serving them to the point their intoxication gets them or someone else hurt. Those businesses can be liable under dram shop law, and I would never suggest overlooking that possibility. That said, have authorities taken steps to look into other possibilities. Were there any mechanical issues? Road hazards? Tire blowouts? A medical condition? These preliminary reports rarely tell the whole story, and experience taught me its best to give people some benefit of the doubt so the evidence can speak for itself.

Lioncio Munoz Single-Vehicle Accident Kendall County, TX


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