• November 14, 2022

Eduardo Daniel Miranda Killed in Alleged DWI Accident in Harris County, TX

Harris County, TX -- November 13, 2022, Eduardo Daniel Miranda was killed after an accident which allegedly involved an intoxicated driver.

Officials gave few details concerning the fatal accident. They said only that Eduardo Daniel Miranda suffered fatal injuries due to a motor vehicle accident. Police say charges for intoxication manslaughter are pending for the driver allegedly responsible for the accident, identified by officials as Pedro V. Garcia. No further information is available at this time.

Commentary on Eduardo Daniel Miranda Car Accident in Harris County

It's not unusual for there to be few details available about such a serious crash, but even just the allegation of intoxicated driving can make things incredibly complex. That's partially due to the possibility there's an accomplice to all of this that has yet to be held accountable for their role in a man's death: a local bar.

Eduardo Daniel Miranda Killed in Alleged DWI Accident in Harris County, TX

Texas has what's called dram shop law, which basically says that an alcohol provider who over-serves an obviously intoxicated person can be liable for damages resulting from that intoxication. If investigations show alcohol was a factor here, and the driver was coming from a local establishment, the victim's loved ones deserve to see that business answer for any actions they took which contributed to the death of their loved one.

Folks in Harris County, especially, should be able to appreciate the importance of taking steps to fight against the scourge of drunk driving. It's not clear if this crash presents that opportunity, but getting a family the help they need and making our communities safer are more than good enough reasons to keep looking into what all led up to this crash.

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