• February 21, 2023

Nena Diane Brown, Jennifer Rebecca Garcia, 1 Injured in Car Accident on Railroad Drive in El Paso, TX

UPDATE (March 2, 2023): Recent details made public by authorities shed more light on what may have happened in this crash. They said that Nena Brown and Jennifer Garcia were in a Nissan Altima and a Ford Explorer along southbound Railroad. As they waited at a red light, a Chrysler 200 crashed into the line of vehicles.

Due to this, Brown was said to have incapacitating injuries. Garcia and the driver of the Chrysler apparently had non-incapacitating injuries. Police right now say that the Chrysler driver had been drinking. They said charges are pending, but they did not specify further. Hopefully that is a sign simply of them being prudent and not a sign they're letting anything important slip through the cracks.

Generally, when police accuse someone of drinking and driving, they soon follow up with appropriate charges. But it would surprise people to see how often they are mistaken about alcohol usage, fail to adequately preserve evidence needed to charge the driver, or overlook other important factors, such as the driver being over-served by a local bar. I obviously don't know anything more about this than the rest of the general public. But I've seen enough similar situations to know how important it is authorities dedicate as much time and effort as possible to getting answers for the victims and families involved here.

El Paso, TX -- February 17, 2023, three people were injured as the result of a multi-vehicle accident along Railroad Drive.

Initial details from authorities say the crash happened late Friday in the area of Railroad Drive and Diana Drive. Their reports say four vehicles were involved, but the cause of the crash is unclear. Three people were sent to area hospitals following the crash.

Nena Brown, Jennifer Garcia, 1 Injured in Car Accident in El Paso, TX

Factors are still under investigation here, and there are no doubt people that have all kinds of ideas about what happened here. Was someone speeding? Racing? On their phone? Drunk? These are all possibilities worth considering, of course, but it's important not to leave out other possibilities just because they may seem unlikely. Even something like mechanical defects are important to look into if folks are going to get the help they need. Is there any particular reason why this crash would be an exception to that?


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