• April 25, 2022

Daniel Romero Killed in Fatal Car Accident on Loop 12 in Dallas, TX

UPDATE (May 11, 2022): Reports identified the man killed in the accident as Daniel Romero. It appears police identified and plan to charge the driver that allegedly fled the scene. Right now, additional details about the accident are unavailable.

Dallas, TX -- April 23, 2022, one person was killed as the result of an accident where a vehicle crashed along Walton Walker.

Reports say the crash happened early Saturday at around 3:30 a.m. in the area of the Loop 12/I-35E split.

According to officials, an SUV was traveling along the interstate when it somehow lost control. As a result, the vehicle crashed into the median barrier, catching fire.

The unidentified driver of the vehicle sustained fatal injuries in the crash. Authorities said they're looking into the possibility that another vehicle hit the SUV, then fled the scene. This and other details cannot be confirmed at this time.

Commentary on Fatal Car Accident on Loop 12 in Dallas

Daniel Romero Fatal Car Accident Dallas, TX

If it's true that some reckless driver caused this and left the scene, then steps should be taken to find out exactly why that driver fled. This early in the morning, drivers that flee the scene often do so to hide the fact that they were driving drunk. It wouldn't be right for them to get away with that, and it could even mean that a local alcohol provider illegally over-served them and can also be held responsible for contributing to the victim's death. Beyond that, things like warrants, drugs, stolen vehicles, or just plain irresponsibility could also be involved. Finding out for sure not only opens up potential avenues to get people the help hey need but also gets folks the answers they deserve. That alone should be worth further investigations.

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