• October 05, 2022

Ramiro Lares Jr. Injured in Car Accident in Lewisville, TX

Lewisville, TX -- September 24, 2022, Ramiro Lares Jr. was injured after an accident where his vehicle crashed along the interstate.

Investigators said they responded to the area of I-35E and Garden Ridge Boulevard at around 2:49 a.m.

Ramiro Lares Jr. Injured in Car Accident in Lewisville, TX

Details suggest that 21-year-old Ramiro Lares Jr. was the driver of a Dodge Ram pickup traveling northbound along the interstate. While doing so, the pickup somehow left its lane and crashed into the end of a barrier.

Lares was said to have sustained incapacitating injuries due to the crash. It appears no one else was involved. The cause of the crash cannot be confirmed at this time.

Commentary on Ramiro Lares Jr. Car Accident in Lewisville

When it comes to single-vehicle accidents, folks tend to assume the driver did something wrong. That's often true, but there's no excuse for jumping to conclusions without considering all the facts. Even unlikely possibilities warrant attention. Otherwise, something crucial may slip through the cracks. Understanding these possible factors and how to approach them can be important after a crash like this, which is why I point people to the article below as much as I can. Maybe it can help shed light on what may have happened here.

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