• December 15, 2022

Audrey George Killed, Pedro Cisneros Jr Injured in Alleged DWI Accident in Alvin, TX

Alvin, TX -- November 29, 2022, Audrey George was killed and Pedro Cisneros Jr. were injured due to an alleged intoxicated driving accident.

Authorities said that the incident happened at around 5:00 a.m. along Highway 35 near Fairway Drive.

It appears that 19-year-old Audrey George was driving a Toyota Corolla southeast along Fairway Drive. While crossing the highway, police said that a northbound Chevy Silverado ran the light, crashing into the Toyota.

As a result of the crash, George was killed. Police identified Pedro Cisneros Jr. as a passenger in the pickup. Cisneros was said to have incapacitating injuries. The driver of the pickup, unidentified at this time, was allegedly intoxicated at the time of the crash. Additional details surrounding the incident cannot be confirmed at this time.

Commentary on Audrey George, Pedro Cisneros Jr Alleged DWI Accident in Alvin

It's not my place to speculate about specific allegations against anyone, and that's certainly not why I discuss crashes like this. The reason I do so is because there are often important questions to ask which authorities don't do very often, and folks need to make sure they're getting those answers. Specifically, if alcohol turns out to be a contributing factor in an accident, investigators need to find out where that alcohol came from. Why is that?

Audrey George Killed, Pedro Cisneros Jr Injured in Alleged DWI Accident in Alvin, TX

In Texas, we have what's called dram shop law. It says that alcohol providers, such as bars or restaurants, can be liable for accidents resulting from the intoxication of someone they served if that person was obviously intoxicated at the time. Folks that have seen people barely conscious stumbling out of a bar likely saw someone who was illegally over-served. If that person then got behind the wheel and harmed themselves or others, that bar could be confronted due to their role in the events.

I certainly can't say if that applies here without seeing all of the facts. It's just that there are so many stories similar to this one in our state, and I know how helpful this information can be to the folks unfortunate enough to find themselves in such tragic situations. Hopefully all the facts surrounding this terrible event become clear sooner rather than later.

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