ACUALIZACIÓN (9 de agosto, 2018): Las autoridades afirman que el conductor de la camioneta, José Salinas, estaba intoxicado al momento del accidente. Presuntamente el conductor tenía muestras de cocaína, metanfetaminas y, marihuana, en su sangre. Los exámenes también muestran un alto contenido de alcohol en su sangre. El incidente continúa bajo investigación.

Donna, TX — 27 de julio, 2018, Rosaly Támez y José Salinas fallecieron, otras personas fueron lastimadas debido a un accidente en el que dos vehículos chocaron de frente.

Funcionarios declararon que el accidente fatal ocurrió por FM 493.

Las declaraciones indican que Salinas iba en una camioneta por la carretera. Por algún motivo desconocido, su vehículo se pasó a la vía de dirección opuesta. Esto causó que chocara de frente con otro vehículo.

Salinas murió en el lugar de los hechos. Támez, una niña de 6 años y ocupante del otro vehículo, también sufrió heridas fatales. Los otros heridas fueron identificados como Ramón Támez de 25 años, Liam Támez de 2 años y, Yvette Villalobos de 25 años. Ellos fueron trasladados al hospital con heridas graves.

En este momento no hay detalles adicionales acerca del incidente.

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Comentario

Es importante averiguar en donde el conductor embriagado compró su alcohol y si estaba intoxicado en el momento que fue servido. A menos que él haya obtenido una gran cantidad de alcohol antes de que comenzara a tomar, es difícil imaginar como pudo estar a dos y medio veces sobre del limite legal. ¿Porque importe esto?

La ley de Texas dice que un proveedor o establecimentro que sirve alcohol, no le puedo vender alcohol a una persona que está obviamente intoxicada. Esta ley se conoce como “Dram Shop”. Si uno de estos lugares le vende alcohol a una persona claramente embriagada y, esta persona lastima a alquien debido a su estado, el proveedor carga responsabilidad por el incidente.

Si un bar o proveedor de alcohol contribuyó a la muerte de una niña de seis años, necesitan ser obligados a rendir cuentas.

–Grossman Law Offices

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