• April 14, 2022

Kenneth Loller Killed in Single-Vehicle Accident in Collin County, TX

Collin County, TX -- January 4, 2022, Kenneth Loller was killed due to an accident where a vehicle crashed along the side of the highway.

Initial reports said that the crash took place at around 6:35 p.m. near the intersection of Highway 76 and County Road 543.

Authorities said that 61-year-old Kenneth Lee Loller was in a Ford F-250 traveling southbound on Highway 78. Somehow, the vehicle went off the right side of the road and hit a sign. The vehicle then veered left and overturned along the side of the road.

Loller reportedly sustained fatal injuries due to the crash. In their reports, officials said that they got a .213 BAC test result. This and other details are still under investigation.

Commentary on Kenneth Loller Single-Vehicle Accident in Collin County

It's always concerning anytime authorities bring up alcohol, but too often I see people use that as an excuse to just blame the victim. That isn't going to help anyone, least of all a grieving family. Besides, those people may not realize that there is often an outside party that is also responsible for these deadly wrecks, and it's best to focus efforts on making sure they're held accountable.

Kenneth Loller Single-Vehicle Accident Collin County, TX

Texas has what's called dram shop law. It basically says that an alcohol provider who over-serves an obviously intoxicated person can be liable for damages resulting from that intoxication. Whether that's a bar, restaurant, liquor store, or even a gas station, these businesses understand that there can be consequences when they handle their product recklessly. When people get hurt as a result, why wouldn't every possible step be taken to ensure they're held accountable? Dram shop is a valuable tool available to victims and families to make sure that happens. Maybe evidence will show there were other factors involved here, but it's possible more thorough investigations will show that authorities missed something important.


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