• September 26, 2022

Carlos Moreno Killed in Car Accident on Mechler Ln in Bexar County, TX

Bexar County, TX — September 25, 2022, 24-year-old Carlos Moreno died in a two-vehicle accident on Mechler Lane in far west Bexar County.

Authorities say the incident happened Sunday in the area of Mechler Lane and U.S. Highway 90. It's not clear yet how the two vehicles crashed in the area, but sources say Moreno was fatally injured. No other injuries were reported and the investigation continues.

No further information is currently available.

Commentary on Carlos Moreno Accident in Bexar County

Reports don't have a lot of information yet about what really happened here, though some may think that a simple two-car accident likely won't be all that complex. I beg to differ: A proper investigation will cover basic explanations like texting and driving or impairment, but will also account for considerably more complex possibilities like a manufacturing defect in one of the vehicles causing it to hit the other.

One of the key things to remember here is that the victim isn't around to tell his side of the story, so rather than anyone deciding to speak for him it's better that clear facts and evidence do so. I learned long ago that just waiting around for a police reports may not be enough to ensure the truth is found, so I hope other action will be taken to get a grieving family some answers.

Carlos Moreno Killed in Car Accident on Mechler Ln in Bexar County, TX
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