• February 03, 2022

Man Injured in Car Accident on Lockhill Selma Road in Castle Hills, TX

Castle Hills, TX -- February 2, 2022, one person was injured due to an accident where multiple cars collided along Lockhill Selma Road.

Investigators reported that the crash took place late Wednesday near the intersection of Lockhill Selma Road and NW Military Highway.

Officials said that a man was in a car traveling along Lockhill Selma when that car and another somehow crashed head-on. The man got out of his vehicle when a third vehicle somehow crashed and pinned the man.

That man was taken to a hospital with unspecified injuries. It appears no one else was hurt. Authorities did not release additional details.

Commentary on Car Accident on Lockhill Selma Road in Castle Hills

Castle Hills, TX Car Accident nw military highway Lockhill Selma Road

It's not clear what happened here, but one thing folks tend to assume after crashes late in the evening is that someone was probably drunk. That's certainly important to consider, especially if a local alcohol provider over-served someone. Something authorities often overlook is dram shop law, which says that alcohol providers can be liable for accidents resulting from them over-serving an obviously intoxicated person. That said, there are many other possibilities to consider here, and it's important to avoid jumping to conclusions until there have been more thorough investigations.

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