• June 17, 2022

Castroville Man Injured in Motorcycle Accident in Medina County, TX

Medina County, TX -- May 25, 2022, one person was injured due to an accident where a motorcycle crashed along FM 1343.

Investigators reported that the crash took place at around 10:20 p.m. along FM 1343 near US Highway 90.

Officials said that a 28-year-old Castroville man was on a motorcycle traveling southbound along FM 1343. The motorcycle went off the side of the road on a curve, causing it to crash off-road.

The Castroville man sustained incapacitating injuries due to the crash. Police say that alcohol and a lack of working headlights are possible factors.

Commentary on Castroville Man Motorcycle Accident on FM 1343 in Medina County

Castroville Man Injured in Motorcycle Accident in Medina County, TX

With reports like this, it's important to take claims with a grain of salt. Could this all just be due to alcohol? Certainly, though even that can be complex given the common scenario of a local bar illegally over-serving someone and therefore being liable for a resulting crash due to dram shop law. But I've handled many wrecks where it turned out police missed something important, and even reports like these can warrant more thorough independent investigations. Instead of looking for ways to blame people, it's best to focus on what can be done to ensure nothing slips through the cracks.

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