• November 17, 2022

Mayra Covarrubias, Efren Soto, Christian Kotas, 2 Injured in Car Accident in Dallas, TX

Dallas, TX -- November 5, 2022, Mayra Covarrubias, Efren Soto, and Christian Kotas and two others were hurt in a car accident.

Officials said that the crash happened at around 8:43 p.m. along I-30 near Westmoreland Road.

Mayra Covarrubias, Efren Soto, Christian Kotas, 2 Injured in Car Accident in Dallas, TX

It appears that 47-year-old Efren Soto was in a GMC Yukon northbound on Westmoreland. 35-year-old Mayra Covarrubias was in a Ford F-250 traveling westbound on the service road. At the intersection, the two vehicles somehow collided, causing the Ford to crash into a southbound Toyota Camry driven by 29-year-old Christian Nicholas Kotas.

Due to the collision, Soto and the Ford driver had incapacitating injuries. Covarrubias and Kotas, along with a child in Covarrubias's vehicle, had non-incapacitating injuries.

Commentary on Mayra Covarrubias, Efren Soto, Christian Kotas Car Accident in Dallas

With a serious crash like this, a key step for victims and families to take is ensuring the right people are looking into things. As thorough as authorities can be, they don't always have the experience and tools needed for serious accidents. As a result, important details victims and families need to get help can slip through the cracks. That's one of the reasons I'm always so adamant about independent investigations. Whether this is something common like distracted driving or alcohol or something less common like a mechanical defect, the key is to let the evidence speak for itself.

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