• January 18, 2023

Nghia Tran Dinh Injured in Alleged Hit-and-run Accident in Williamson County, TX

Williamson County, TX -- December 20, 2022, Nghia Tran Dinh was injured following an accident where a possibly intoxicated driver hit him.

Preliminary details given by authorities said that the crash took place at around 7:24 p.m. along Parmer Lane at Briarwick Drive.

Investigations show that 47-year-old Nghia Tran Dinh was in a Hyundai Santa Fe traveling southbound along Parmer. At Briarwick, a northbound vehicle reportedly attempted to make a u-turn, resulting in a collision with Dinh's vehicle.

Nghia Tran Dinh Injured in Alleged Hit-and-run Accident in Williamson County, TX

Dinh had injuries said to be incapacitating due to the crash. The other driver left the scene but was apparently located. Police believe that driver was under the influence of alcohol at the time of the crash. If that's true, then folks would rightfully want to see appropriate consequences. But what often surprises people to learn is that the drivers aren't always the only ones who need to face those consequences.

Many times, a crash like this also involves a negligent alcohol provider, such as a bar or liquor store. If evidence shows they over-served a driver whose intoxication then got people hurt, it's important they be confronted on their behavior just as drunk drivers are. But too often, authorities will put all of the focus on one person without actually considering that the victims and families need answers, not just someone to point their finger at. Maybe steps were taken beyond what's available to the public, but I think it's a matter of public safety to know if there are local businesses that had a hand in this that have yet to be held appropriately accountable.


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