• April 27, 2022

Ezekiel Mendoza Guerra, Arianna Garcia, 1 Injured in Single-Vehicle Accident on Cara Cara Lane in Live Oak County, TX

UPDATE (June 27, 2022): From recent sources, officials identified two victims in the vehicle as 20-year-old Arianna Garcia and 18-year-old Ezekiel Mendoza Guerra. Garcia and Mendoza Guerra, along with an unidentified 16-year-old passenger, were said to have incapacitating injuries. The cause of the crash still cannot be confirmed pending further investigations.

Live Oak County, TX -- April 12, 2022, three people were injured due to an accident where their vehicle crashed along the side of the road.

Authorities reported that the crash took place at around 1:14 a.m. along Cara Cara Lane off the corner of Polzin Ranch Road.

In their reports, officials said that a Mazda pickup was traveling southbound along Cara Cara. The driver told authorities she saw a deer and swerved, causing the vehicle to rollover off-road.

As a result of the crash, all three occupants, two of which were teenagers, had incapacitating injuries. Authorities allege that alcohol was a factor, but this has yet to be confirmed.

Commentary on Ezekiel Mendoza Guerra, Arianna Garcia Car Accident in Live Oak County

Ezekiel Mendoza Guerra, Arianna Garcia, 1 Injured in Single-Vehicle Accident in Live Oak County, TX

Any claim of alcohol is concerning, but folks should keep in mind that's little more than speculation without clear evidence. There may very well have been an animal in the road just as authorities say. That said, if alcohol was a factor, that could be significant for two main reasons. Not only could it mean the possibility of a business serving someone who was underage, it could even mean a business being liable for the crash under dram shop law if they illegally over-served the driver, as well. I find too often that authorities focus on finding someone to charge and ignore the evidence victims and families need to get the help the law entitles them to pursue. It remains to be seen if steps were taken here to investigate things thoroughly.


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