• October 17, 2022

Gustavo Vasquez Cervantes Killed in Hit-and-run Accident in Elsa, TX

Elsa, TX -- October 15, 2022, Gustavo Vasquez Cervantes was killed in an accident where a motorcycle crashed following a hit and run.

Authorities said they were called to the area of Mile 4 W and FM 1925 at around 12:30 a.m. It appears that a previous crash occurred in which a blue pickup failed to yield and crashed with a Chevy pickup. The blue pickup reportedly fled the scene. While the Chevy was disabled in the roadway, a motorcycle driven by Gustavo Vasquez Cervantes crashed into the Chevy.

Vasquez Cervantes sustained fatal injuries due to the collision. Right now, authorities continue to look for the runaway driver.

Commentary on Gustavo Vasquez Cervantes Hit-and-run Accident in Elsa

Gustavo Vasquez Cervantes Killed in Hit-and-run Accident in Elsa, TX

It's just infuriating to see something like this happen. Someone lost their life, and the person likely responsible is still out there, perhaps even putting others in danger. Why did they run? Did they have warrants? Were they drunk or otherwise impaired? There could be unique consequences to consider depending on those answers, but it's going to take continued vigilance to bring that person to answer for their actions. Keeping these details in the public eye as much as possible could help see a resolution that the victim's family deserves.


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