• July 01, 2022

Woman Injured in Pedestrian Accident on San Agustin Avenue in Laredo, TX

Laredo, TX -- June 30, 2022, a woman was injured due to an accident where a vehicle hit the woman along San Agustin Avenue.

Investigators were called out to the area of San Agustin Avenue and Hidalgo Street at around 2:00 a.m. In a series of events unclear, reports say that a vehicle traveling along the roadway struck a 22-year-old woman. That woman was sent to the hospital with serious injuries. Right now, additional details are unavailable.

Commentary on Pedestrian Accident on San Agustin in Laredo

Given the time of the incident and the location, which surrounded by plenty of drinking spots, one can't help but wonder if alcohol was a factor here. If it was, finding out where that alcohol came from may be crucial in getting the victim the help they need.

Laredo, TX Pedestrian Accident Injures Woman on San Agustin Avenue

This is due to dram shop law, which says that an alcohol provider who over-serves an obviously intoxicated person can be liable for damages resulting from that intoxication. This law not only serves to ensure those negligent businesses are held accountable, it's also an important tool for getting people help that may not otherwise be available to them. Since it's not the sort of thing authorities tend to look into on their own, were steps taken to investigate those possibilities here?


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