• June 16, 2022

One Injured in Single-Vehicle Accident on Lark Avenue in McAllen, TX

McAllen, TX -- June 1, 2022, one person was injured after an accident where a vehicle ran off-road and crashed along Lark Avenue.

Investigators reported that the crash took place at around 10:00 p.m. near the intersection of LArk Avenue and Bentsen Road.

Officials said that a 43-year-old man was in a Chevy Tahoe traveling eastbound along eastbound Lark. The vehicle somehow ran off-road where it crashed into a ditch.

The driver had incapacitating injuries due to the crash. Police mentioned alcohol as a factor in the crash, though this has yet to be confirmed.

Commentary on Single-Vehicle Accident on Lark in McAllen

McAllen, TX Single-Vehicle Accident Injures 1 on Lark Avenue

If it turned out alcohol was indeed a factor here, it wouldn't be too unusual this late at night. It would even bring up important legal consequences if the driver was over-served by a local establishment, so those establishments can be liable for resulting injuries under dram shop law. But jumping to conclusions isn't going to do anyone any good. It's just as important to look into less likely factors, such as mechanical issues, road hazards, and medical emergencies. Getting people the help they need means getting the full story, and a crash like this shouldn't be an exception.

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