• May 31, 2022

Richard Arcea Killed in Car Accident in Fort Worth, TX

UPDATE (June 3, 2022): Sources recently identified the victim as 30-year-old Richard Arcea. No further information about the crash is available.

Fort Worth, TX -- May 29, 2022, one person sustained fatal injuries due to an accident where a vehicle hit their disabled vehicle on I-35W.

Preliminary reports indicated that the collision took place off I-35W and east Allen Avenue at around 4:30 a.m.

Officials say that a person was outside a vehicle that broke down along interstate lanes. While there, a passing driver hit the disabled car, also hitting the victim.

The person outside the vehicle died due to the collision. No other injuries were reported. Right now, additional details are unavailable.

Commentary on Richard Arcea Car Accident in Fort Worth

With a vehicle disabled on an interstate this early in the morning, it's entirely possible the other driver involved simply had no way to avoid the collision. If the vehicle was in a place where it was not clearly visible or avoidable, then there's only so much one can do to avoid such an obstruction.

Richard Arcea Killed in Car Accident in Fort Worth, TX

However, evidence could show that the victim was reasonably avoidable, in which case authorities would need to look into what that other driver was doing which prevented them from avoiding an otherwise reasonably avoidable accident. Were they on their phone? Fatigued? Drunk after a night at the bar? Maybe nothing like that happened here, but someone losing their life warrants ensuring their loved ones get the full story.

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