• March 13, 2023

Aracely Rodriguez Killed in Car Accident in El Paso, TX

El Paso, TX -- March 11, 2023, Aracely Rodriguez was killed following an accident where two vehicles had a t-bone collision.

Investigators said that the incident happened at around 8:30 p.m. in the area of Airport Drive and Airway Boulevard. Initial details said that 51-year-old Aracely Rodriguez was in a Toyota Corolla going northbound when an eastbound Camry crashed into the side of Rodriguez's vehicle.

Aracely Rodriguez Killed in Car Accident in El Paso, TX

Due to the collision, Rodriguez sustained fatal injuries. The other driver, identified as Dianitsha Beal, had injuries believed to be non-life-threatening. No further information about the accident is available at this time.

This appears to be an intersection controlled by traffic signals, and it seems like it may be a relatively busy one. Are there witnesses that can shed light on what happened here? Sometimes people think this sort of thing is nothing difficult—just find out who had the right-of-way. That's important, obviously, but it would surprise people to see how often this sort of thing can become complex quickly, especially if authorities aren't able to give the incident the attention it deserves. My hope is that nothing slips through the cracks here because there are people out there that deserve some answers.


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