• September 08, 2022

Juan Pina Injured in Motorcycle Accident in El Paso, TX

El Paso, TX -- September 3, 2022, Juan Pina was injured in , after an accident where a motorcycle crashed along the roadway.

Details given by authorities said the crash happened at approximately 12:33 a.m. in the area of Pebble Hills Boulevard and Joe Battle.

It appears that 45-year-old Juan Pina was on an Indian Scout motorcycle traveling along eastbound Pebble Hills. The motorcycle somehow lost control, causing it to hit the median and fall over.

Pina was taken to a hospital with unspecified injuries after the crash. No other reports were mentioned. Investigations are ongoing.

Commentary on Juan Pina Motorcycle Accident in El Paso

Juan Pina Injured in Motorcycle Accident in El Paso, TX

If there's anything that gets people jumping to conclusions more than a motorcycle wreck, it's a single-vehicle wreck. Especially early in the morning, common causes tend to be driver error. Alcohol, for example, is all too common, but even it can be complex due to the possibility a local bar over-served the driver and is responsible for their injuries under dram shop law. But even unlikely possibilities, such as mechanical issues, road defects, medical conditions, etc., warrant consideration. The goal should be to get the facts, not to throw blame around. Getting folks the help they need means letting the evidence speak for itself. Hopefully the right people are looking into things to ensure that happens here.


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