• July 28, 2022

Arnett Moultrie Injured in Car Accident in Colleyville, TX

Colleyville, TX -- June 20, 2022, Arnett Moultrie was injured due to an accident where Moutrie's vehicle crashed into a mailbox.

Authorities reported that the crash took place at around 2:41 a.m. along Montclair Drive near Normandy Drive.

Officials said that 31-year-old Arnett Moultrie was in a Mercedes-Benz traveling southbound on Montclair. Somehow, the vehicle veered off-road and crashed into a mailbox, then overturned.

Moultrie sustained incapacitating injuries due to the crash. Police say they smelled alcohol in the vehicle, but they did not confirm if this caused the crash.

Commentary on Arnett Moultrie Car Accident in Colleyville

Police bringing up alcohol is always concerning, though it's important to keep in mind that it has yet to be confirmed. Investigations could show there were other factors involved, such as a tire blowout or fatigue. If alcohol was a factor, of course, that could involve its own unique challenges if a local alcohol provider illegally over-served the driver, since that establishment could be liable under dram shop law for the resulting injuries.

Arnett Moultrie Injured in Car Accident in Colleyville, TX

Both to ensure nothing important slips through the cracks and to anticipate challenging legal hurdles, it's usually best to ensure experienced independent investigators look into crashes like this. Letting the evidence speak for itself is vital when looking to get folks the help they need. I see no reason why this crash would be the exception.

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