• September 06, 2023

Juan Mendoza Ferrer, 3 Injured in Car Accident in Georgetown, TX

Williamson County, TX — August 12, 2023, Juan Mendoza Ferrer and three others were injured after an alleged intoxicated driver accident at 1:42 p.m. on Highway 29.

Authorities said in preliminary statements that the crash took place in the area of Highway 29 and Parkside Parkway.

Juan Mendoza Ferrer, 3 Injured in Car Accident in Georgetown, TX

According to officials, 40-year-old Juan Mendoza Ferrer was behind the wheel of a GMC Sierra that was going eastbound along Highway 29. Ahead, it appears that another pickup coming out of an Exxon cut into the path of Mendoza Ferrer. This resulted in the two trucks colliding.

As a result of the collision, Mendoza Ferrer sustained injuries described as incapacitating. Two passengers in Mendoza Ferrer's vehicle as well as the driver of the other pickup were said to have non-incapacitating injuries.

Details released by authorities show that the driver pulling out of the gas station allegedly had a .177 BAC following the crash. Charges for intoxication assault appear to have been recommended, but official details are not confirmed at this time.


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