• August 09, 2022

Brandon Salinas Killed in Single-Vehicle Accident in Bexar County, TX

Bexar County, TX -- February 15, 2022, Brandon Salinas was killed following an accident where Salinas's vehicle crashed off-road.

Investigators reported that the crash took place at around 11:45 p.m. near the intersection of Pearsall Road and Kearney Road.

Preliminary reports from authorities said that 24-year-old Brandon Salinas was in a Toyota Camry traveling westbound along Pearsall. The vehicle somehow ran off-road. There, it then crashed into the drainage area before going airborne and hitting a pole.

Due to the severity of the crash, Salinas ultimately succumbed to fatal injuries. No one else appeared to be involved. Reports claim that Salinas had a .157 BAC following tests. This and other possible factors cannot be confirmed without further investigations.

Commentary on Brandon Salinas Single-Vehicle Accident in Bexar County

Just to be clear, I don't mention alcohol here to upset anyone. On the contrary, I've had hundreds of families come to me about similar incidents where it turned out a local business illegally over-served their loved one and contributed to the crash. Could it be that this tragic event involved something similar?

Brandon Salinas Killed in Single-Vehicle Accident in Bexar County, TX

To put it simply, Texas dram shop law says that an alcohol provider who over-serves an obviously intoxicated person can be liable for damages resulting from that intoxication. If a business out there is illegally over-serving people and contributing to fatal wrecks, shouldn't they be held accountable? I know I'd want to see every possible step taken to ensure someone responsible for a crash like this faced the appropriate consequences. The fact there is a family no doubt in need of answers only makes that more crucial to consider.

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