• May 27, 2022

Ricardo Ramirez Killed in Moped Accident in Lubbock, TX

Lubbock, TX -- May 16, 2022, Ricardo Ramirez sustained ultimately fatal injuries due to an accident where a moped and an SUV collided.

Investigators reported that the crash took place at Boston Avenue and 2nd Place. Right now, the exact cause of the crash remains unclear. Authorities said only that 66-year-old Ricardo Ramirez was on a moped which somehow collided with an SUV.

EMS transported Ramirez to a hospital where reports say he succumbed to his injuries on May 25. Further details are unavailable at this time.

Commentary on Ricardo Ramirez Moped Accident in Lubbock

Ricardo Ramirez Moped Accident Lubbock, TX

There isn't much information available about this crash, and I can only hope that's due to reservation from police. Too often, it's a sign they're not really giving the accident the attention it deserves. Now, a crash like this may not seem like it would be complex, but there are plenty of scenarios that authorities alone aren't always equipped to handle. For example, alcohol is a common factor in deadly wrecks. That can lead to dram shop law, which says alcohol providers such as bars and restaurants can be liable. Did authorities look into that? Did they consider mechanical issues? Medical emergencies? Road hazards? Fatigue or distraction? These are all possible and therefore worth attention if a family is going to get the answers they deserve.


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