• April 06, 2023

Jillian Coatney, Genesta Humphrey Killed in Alleged Intoxicated Driver Accident in League City, TX

League City, TX — April 4, 2023, Jillian Coatney and Genesta Humphrey were killed due to an alleged drunk driver accident on FM 646.

Authorities said they were called to the scene at around 7:30 p.m. The crash apparently occurred outside of a business off the corner of FM 646 and Gill Road.

According to officials, 24-year-old Jillian Coatney and 28-year-old Genesta Humphrey were in a car traveling westbound along FM 646. A truck apparently came out of the nearby business and crashed into the car.

Jillian Coatney, Genesta Humphrey Killed in Car Accident in League City, TX

As a result of the collision, both Coatney and Humphrey sustained fatal injuries. The truck driver is accused of being drunk at the time of the crash, and they're potentially facing charges for intoxication manslaughter.

If all of that is true, then it's obviously important that someone has their day in court to speak on the allegations that they were drunk behind the wheel. But families affected by such strategies need to know they're getting the full story, and that can prove challenging with drunk driving wrecks.

A big reason for that challenge is that the drivers aren't always the only ones who did something wrong. The accidents often involve local businesses who illegally over-served the driver, and they, too, can be held accountable for their actions. Could it be that a nearby business over-served the driver here? Is that something authorities are looking into as much as they're considering the driver's actions?



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