• December 02, 2022

Eric Aguirre Injured in Eagle Pass, TX Accident on Del Rio Boulevard

Eagle Pass, TX — April 28, 2022, 21-year-old Eric Aguirre was seriously injured in a traffic accident on Del Rio Boulevard in Eagle Pass.

Authorities say the incident happened around 6:30 p.m. on Del Rio at North Veterans Blvd (US-277). Preliminary investigation suggests Aguirre's Chevy Silverado was stopped on Del Rio at a yield sign before turning onto North Veterans. Behind the Chevy a Toyota Corolla approached but didn't reduce its speed; the car then crashed into the stopped pickup.

Aguirre sustained serious injuries in the collision. The Corolla's 16-year-old driver was unhurt.

No further information is available at this time.

Eric Aguirre Injured in Eagle Pass, TX Accident on Del Rio Boulevard

Commentary on Eric Aguirre Accident in Eagle Pass

The investigating officer noted that distraction on the Corolla driver's part was thought to be a key factor in the collision. That seems plausible enough given the way it reportedly happened, and I have no specific reason to argue with it, but at the same time I wonder if it's really the whole story. I've learned over the years that if police find a "good enough" explanation for a crash they may run with it and look no further, which often lets all sorts of important details slip through the cracks.

At the very least the person injured in the crash deserves to know he has the whole story. Would it be helpful for a more experienced professional with the time, tools, and training to have another look?

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