• June 16, 2022

Kennede Proctor Injured in Alleged Hit-and-run Accident in Harris County, TX

Harris County, TX -- June 10, 2022, Kennede Proctor was injured following an accident involving an alleged hit and run driver.

Officials release few details surrounding the accident. Sources said only that Kennede Proctor sustained injuries due to an accident, and a driver fled the scene. Authorities identify that person as Bobby Heredia, and they also accused Heredia of driving while intoxicated. This and other factors are still under investigations at this time.

Commentary on Kennede Proctor Alleged Hit-and-run Accident in Harris County

Given how few details are currently available here, the last thing anyone should do is feel confident they have all the facts here. These allegations are simply that until prove true through the legal system. But the possibility of an intoxicated driver can make things quite complex for victims and families, and it's important to understand why.

Kennede Proctor Injured in Alleged Hit-and-run Accident in Harris County, TX

Put simply, if alcohol is the intoxicant leading to a crash, it's important to find out where that alcohol came from. This is due to dram shop law, says that an alcohol provider who over-serves an obviously intoxicated person can be liable for damages resulting from that intoxication. Not only can this help victims and families, it can also help communities those negligent businesses may otherwise continue putting in danger. Are these factors authorities have looked into here?

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