• June 08, 2017

Alejandro Rocha, Raquel Rocha, Belinda Dandridge Killed in Pleasant Grove, TX, Accident

Pleasant Grove, TX -- June 7, 2017, Alejandro Rocha, Raquel Rocha, and Belinda Dandridge were killed after an accident involving carbon monoxide.

Rescue teams from the Dallas Fire-Rescue Department were called out to the accident scene at around 7:30 p.m. It occurred at a residence in the 700 block of Red Bud Drive, just north of Military Parkway.

According to authorities, the victims were discovered in the home when someone went to check on them and found the unresponsive. They were identified as 89-year-old Alejandro, 83-year-old Raquel, and 65-year-old Dandridge.

The victims were taken from the home, but their injuries were fatal, and all were pronounced dead.

At this time, investigators believe a carbon monoxide leak caused the incident, but this has not been confirmed. Investigations are ongoing.

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Commentary

It's really horrifying to think that something like this can happen to a family just spending time in their home, but unfortunately these kinds of things happen. I think the most important thing here is to figure out exactly what caused this accident. Some people write these incidents off as, "freak accidents," but these kinds of accidents happen for a reason, and that can't be ignored. During a time of such tragedy, those affected deserve answers. Every step needs to be taken to make sure that happens.

--Grossman Law Offices

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