• December 21, 2022

Carl Warren Shockney, Alexander Milogradov Injured in Car Accident in Frisco, TX

Frisco, TX -- December 8, 2022, Carl Warren Shockney and Alexander Milogradov were injured due to an accident possibly involving alcohol.

Initial details said that the incident occurred at around 11:48 p.m. along the Dallas North Tollway near Stonebrook Parkway.

It appears that 68-year-old Carl Warren Shockney was in a disabled Mercedes-Benz on northbound lanes of the tollway due to a prior collision involving a Toyota 4Runner driven by 43-year-old Alexander Milogradov. While other vehicles went around their vehicles, police say that a Dodge Ram crashed into the disabled vehicles.

As a result of the crash, Shockney had incapacitating injuries while Milogradov was said to have non-incapacitating injuries. No other injuries were reported.

Police officials allege that the Dodge driver was under the influence of alcohol at the time of the crash. Charges are pending, and no further information can be confirmed at this time.

Commentary on Carl Warren Shockney, Alexander Milogradov Car Accident in Frisco

Considering authorities say multiple people had no issues going around the victims here, it's not surprising to hear the possibility that the one driver that did have issues may have been intoxicated. While folks may see that all as pretty open-and-shut, it's important to consider that giving an alleged drunk driver a court date is rarely the whole story in these situations.

Carl Warren Shockney, Alexander Milogradov Injured in Car Accident in Frisco, TX

For example, one thing I rarely see police look into on their own is dram shop law. Drunk drivers are usually on their way home from a bar or a similar venue after that establishment has illegally over-served them. If that then leads to an accident, the alcohol provider can be responsible for their role in the victim's injuries.

Could it be something like that happened here? Considering how many businesses I've confronted in DFW, it wouldn't be too surprising. But it's still just one possible factor worth considering after a serious crash like this. Hopefully steps are being taken to ensure there are answers here.

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