• July 13, 2022

Robert Davenport Injured in Wrong-way Accident in El Paso, TX

El Paso, TX -- June 24, 2022, Robert Davenport was injured due to an accident where wrong-way driving led to a head-on crash.

Investigators reported that the crash took place at around 8:00 p.m. along Redd Road near Thorn Drive.

Reports say that 60-year-old Robert Davenport was in a pickup traveling eastbound in the westbound lanes. As a result, the pickup crashed head-on with a Toyota Tacoma.

Due to the collision, Davenport reportedly had incapacitating injuries. The other driver was reportedly uninjured.

Police mentioned the possibility of alcohol in their reports, but the exact cause of the crash cannot be confirmed at this time.

Commentary on Robert Davenport Car Accident in El Paso

Wrong-way collisions like this always raise red flags, and it's no wonder the reports mention alcohol. Quite frankly, most crashed like this involve drunk driving, which is why it's crucial to find out if a local business illegally over-served the victim. After all, if a business broke the law and contributed to a serious crash, they can be responsible for that under dram shop law. I've seen businesses be so reckless as to even serve people until they literally died, so letting something like that slip through the cracks simply wouldn't do justice the seriousness of the situation.

Robert Davenport Injured in Wrong-way Accident in El Paso, TX

With all of that said, I can't say if alcohol was or was not a factor here. Is it common with wrong-way collisions? Absolutely. Is the only possibility? Absolutely not. Likely or not, things like poor signage, a lack of lighting, mistakes with medications, medical emergencies, distraction, or even just simple confusion can lead to a crash like this. Ruling that out without actually having the evidence to do so would be a disservice to everyone involved in the crash, especially someone who is otherwise facing some serious allegations. Are steps being taken here to make sure nothing important goes overlooked?

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