• November 10, 2022

Arturo Meza Killed in Pedestrian Accident on FM 715 in Midland, TX

Midland, TX -- November 4, 2022, Arturo Meza sustained injuries which proved fatal due to a pedestrian accident.

Investigators said that the incident happened late Friday at the intersection of FM 715 and County Road 120.

It appears that 65-year-old Arturo Meza was walking at the time when a vehicle reportedly failed to yield and hit Meza.

Meza went to a Lubbock hospital where sources say he succumbed to his injuries on November 6. Right now, additional details are unavailable.

Commentary on Arturo Meza Pedestrian Accident in Midland

As straight forward as all of this may seem, folks need to realize that these reports rarely tell the whole story. It may not be as simple as someone failing to yield and being charged or cited. Depending on the exact circumstances, further investigation may be necessary.

Arturo Meza Killed in Pedestrian Accident on FM 715 in Midland, TX

For example, an evening accident always carries the potential risk of drunk driving. As straight-forward as that may seem, it can lead to dram shop law if a local establishment over-served the person responsible. So not only would there be a person who directly caused an accident, but there could be a business needing to face consequences for breaking the law and contributing to it, as well.

I'm not saying that happened here, necessarily, but someone lost their life here. Doesn't that warrant efforts to ensure their loved ones are getting the full story?

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