• October 25, 2022

Bryanna Ayala Injured in Car Accident on Loop 820 in Fort Worth, TX

Fort Worth, TX — October 1, 2022, 25-year-old Bryanna Ayala was seriously injured in a single-vehicle accident on Loop 820 in Fort Worth.

Authorities say the incident happened around 2:05 a.m. on Northwest Loop 820 near Huffines Boulevard. Preliminary investigation suggests Ayala was driving a Nissan Sentra west on the 3100 block of the Loop when she may have lost control for unconfirmed reasons. The car swerved left and hit the concrete median barrier.

Ayala received suspected serious injuries in the crash and was taken to a hospital. Investigators noted that intoxication may have been a factor in the crash and collected blood samples for testing.

No further information is currently available.

Commentary on Bryanna Ayala Accident in Fort Worth

Investigators seem to think alcohol consumption played a role in this wreck and the victim's injuries. Before anyone accepts that as gospel truth, though, it's important to remember that preliminary reports are mostly just officers' best guesses about what happened based on context clues at the scene. Moreover, sometimes after reaching a conclusion they move on without learning if there's more to the story.

I've been contacted many times by people hurt in these wrecks who told me police reports didn't tell the whole truth of what happened--or in the worst cases, they were just completely wrong. Even in cases where alcohol really was involved there could be more to it; for example, drivers that were over-served by bars or other alcohol vendors may have a claim against those negligent businesses under Texas dram shop law.

Bryanna Ayala Injured in Fort Worth, TX Car Accident on Loop 820

Obviously an "official" record that doesn't even have the facts straight can be problematic for victims and families in search of answers or help. That's why if there's confusion or doubt I often recommend that independent experts take another look. Many times their findings line up with what police said, but in plenty of others they find something that slipped through the cracks in a "by the numbers" effort from law enforcement. Will that extra mile be gone to here to make sure the whole story is learned?

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