• December 01, 2022

Ramiro Aguirre Jr., Daniel Menchaca Injured in Car Accident in Alamo, TX

Alamo, TX -- November 12, 2022, Ramiro Aguirre Jr. and Daniel Menchaca were injured following an accident where their vehicles crashed.

Investigators said that the incident happened at approximately 12:27 a.m. in the area of Business 83 and Palmview Drive.

Ramiro Aguirre Jr., Daniel Menchaca Injured in Car Accident in Alamo, TX

It appears 39-year-old Ramiro Aguirre Jr. was in a Ford F-150 traveling westbound while 35-year-old Daniel Menchaca was in a Chevy Colorado said to be headed eastbound. For reasons unconfirmed, the two vehicles crashed head-on.

Aguirre's injuries were said to be incapacitating while Menchaca's injuries were described as non-incapacitating. Police said they were looking into alcohol as a potential factor, but further details are needed.

Commentary on Ramiro Aguirre Jr., Daniel Menchaca Car Accident in Alamo

It's obviously serious anytime alcohol is mentioned, but sometimes authorities only bring it up because it's standard procedure. If alcohol was a factor here, then it could mean there's a local alcohol provider responsible for over-serving whoever is responsible for the crash, meaning they could be liable for the victims' injuries. If alcohol wasn't a factor, then there could be countless other factors, common or otherwise, to look into. My concern is if authorities are actually considering all of these possibilities. They don't always go much further than their standard procedure, which often means getting people the help they need requires more thorough independent investigations. Are those steps necessary here?

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