• September 09, 2022

Ryan Eli Mospan, 1 Injured in Car Accident in Cooke County, TX

Cooke County, TX -- February 7, 2022, Ryan Eli Mospan and another person were injured after an accident where their vehicles collided.

Preliminary details indicated that the crash took place just after 7:00 p.m. along FM 51 in the area of County Road 329.

Officials said that 20-year-old Ryan Mospan was in a Honda Pilot traveling southbound on FM 51. In a series of events yet to be confirmed, the Honda and an oncoming Ford F-250 crashed head-on.

Due to the collision, Mospan sustained incapacitating injuries. The other driver was said to have non-incapacitating injuries. Police said they were looking into alcohol as a possible contributing factor.

Commentary on Ryan Eli Mospan Car Accident in Cooke County

There's a lot of information surrounding this crash which would require more thorough independent investigations to confirm, and it's all too common to see alcohol as part of those investigations. Drunk driving is incredibly common in Texas, but it's just as likely police have evidence of potential drunk driving as it is that they simply brought it up as standard procedure. That said, it can make things rather complex if alcohol was indeed a factor.

Ryan Eli Mospan, 1 Injured in Car Accident in Cooke County, TX

Part of that is due to the possibility of dram shop law, which can allow victims and families to hold alcohol providers accountable for contributing to a crash by over-serving the drunk driver. Navigating a legal avenue like that can take quite a bit of experience and legal strategy, which is why I bring it up when possible. Like I said, though, it's just one possibility. A proper investigation should also consider other possible contributing factors which authorities may have overlooked. Are those steps being taken here?

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