• August 09, 2022

Rudolph Lambaria Killed in Car Accident in Bexar County, TX

Bexar County, TX -- August 4, 2022, Rudolph Lambaria was killed following an accident where his vehicle crashed off-road.

Officials reported that the crash happened at around 9:30 p.m. in the area of I-37 and Hardy Road.

According to investigators, 75-year-old Rudolph Lambaria was in a pickup traveling along I-37. He reportedly swerved to avoid a mattress in the roadway, causing the vehicle to go off-road. There, the truck overturned.

Rudolph Lambaria Killed in Car Accident in Bexar County, TX

Lambaria ultimately succumbed to fatal injuries due to the crash. No one else was mentioned in reports. Authorities gave no further information about the crash.

Commentary on Rudolph Lambaria Car Accident in Bexar County

Obviously it will be crucial for someone to come forward about the mattress they lost in the road. This could simply just be a tragic mistake, but a grieving family deserves answers. To that end, though, investigators must also be sure they aren't jumping to conclusions. There can always be extenuating circumstances that require more thorough investigations.

For example, there are many examples where, regardless of what caused a crash, something unusual led to the victim's injuries. A defective airbag or seatbelt, for example, can turn fatal what should have been an entirely survivable crash. Maybe nothing like that happened here, but it's important people inform themselves as much as possible so they know when investigators are being thorough and when they're letting something important slip through the cracks.

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