• April 27, 2022

Louisiana Man Killed in Car Accident on FM 1725 in San Jacinto County, TX

San Jacinto County, TX -- February 25, 2022, a Louisiana man was killed after an accident where a vehicle crashed along the side of FM 1725.

Authorities said that the crash took place in the area of FM 1725 and Rawlins Road at around 7:35 p.m.

According to officials, a 27-year-old Westlake, Louisiana man was in a Honda Civic traveling northbound on FM 1725. The vehicle drifted to the right before then swerving left, going off-road, and crashed into a line of trees.

Reports say that the Honda driver died as a result of the crash. Test results allegedly showed a .134 BAC following the crash. Other details cannot be confirmed at this time.

Commentary on Louisiana Man Car Accident on FM 1725 in San Jacinto County

Anytime alcohol comes up in reports, it's important to take the claims seriously. That's not to say we should sit around blaming the victim. On the contrary, it could actually mean someone out there is responsible for contributing to the deadly crash.

Louisiana Man Car Accident FM 1725 San Jacinto County, TX

Texas has what's called dram shop law. It says that an alcohol provider who over-serves an obviously intoxicated person can be liable for damages resulting from that intoxication. So, was this person coming from a local bar or restaurant? Is there a business in the community putting people in danger? Did authorities take steps to investigate any of this? If nothing else, there likely needs to be more thorough investigations to get the full picture here.


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