• February 13, 2023

One Killed, One Injured in Possible DWI Accident on I-35E in Dallas, TX

Dallas, TX -- February 10, 2023, one person was killed and another was injured following a possible drunk driving accident along I-35E.

In initial statements, authorities said that the crash happened along the southbound lanes of the interstate at around 3:00 a.m. The exact circumstances remain unclear, but authorities say that a Nissan Xterra and a Ford F-250 collided. The driver of the Nissan succumbed to their injuries while the Ford driver had critical injuries. Neither driver's identity is available at this time. Police said they're investigating if the Ford driver was drunk at the time, and potential charges are pending.

Dallas, TX Possible DWI Accident Kills 1, Injures 1 on I-35E near Mockingbird

I certainly don't have more evidence than what's already in the news, but any mention of a possible drunk driving wreck is lamentable. It's a big problem here in DFW, not to mention Texas as a whole. That's why, if nothing else, it's important to know how seriously Texas laws take intoxicated driving and the actions that can lead to accidents like this.

That's why I hope authorities here will have enough time and manpower to look into more than just the allegedly drunk driver's actions. If alcohol was indeed a factor, for example, where did the alcohol come from? Was there a negligent business involved that over-served the driver? Did they violate any liquor laws or open themselves up to liability for contributing to this horrible crash? Has this driver been in trouble for something like this in the past? Were there any other extenuating factors, such as vehicle defects or issues with lighting or signage?

Right now, there are people out there who deserve answers. Filing charges and seeing a court date may certainly be an important part of that, but it's not likely on its own to be the whole story they deserve.



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