• October 10, 2022

Eustorgio Aguirre, Rodrigo Denova Jaramillo Killed in Car Accident in Del Valle, TX

Del Valle, TX -- October 9, 2022, Eustorgio Aguirre and Rodrigo Denova Jaramillo were killed after an accident where a car crashed off-road.

Eustorgio Aguirre, Rodrigo Denova Jaramillo Killed in Car Accident in Del Valle, TX

Officials indicated that the incident happened at around 2:30 a.m. along Pearce Lane near the intersection of Kellam Road. It appears that 23-year-old Eustorgio Aguirre and 42-year-old Rodrigo Denova Jaramillo were in a vehicle traveling eastbound on Pearce. For reasons currently unclear, the vehicle ran off-road where it crashed into a pole.

As a result of the crash, both Aguirre and Jaramillo sustained fatal injuries. An unidentified third person had serious injuries. At this time, additional details are unavailable.

Commentary on Eustorgio Aguirre, Rodrigo Denova Jaramillo Car Accident in Del Valle

When people see a single-vehicle wreck this early in the morning, they tend to jump to conclusions. A big reason for that is due to how common drunk driving is. But without more thorough investigations, there could be other important details slipping through the cracks. I talk all the time on this blog about the importance of considering even less likely possibilities. Two people lost their lives here. Is it so much to ask that folks let the evidence tell their side of the story?

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