When negligence causes a fatal accident, there is often a ripple effect that lasts for many years. The accused person may face years in prison if criminal charges result in a conviction. However, the surviving family and friends of someone killed in a fatal accident have to learn to live without someone they cherish. A Texas woman has yet another trial delay after being indicted for two counts of intoxication manslaughter.
With all the decades-long advertising campaigns against drinking and driving, a Texas resident would think there would be fewer families grieving a loved who died in a fatal accident caused by a drunk driver. The heartbreak of saying farewell to someone because of the negligence of another person can be a pain that seemingly never ends. A recent fatal accident was said to be caused by someone who had been drinking before he got behind the wheel of his truck.
The grief families and loved ones experience when a life is lost in a fatal accident is unfathomable to those who have not been through a similar event. Some feel they will never find a new normal when they find themselves without the presence of the one they love. The family of a woman killed in a fatal accident on a Texas road will have to learn to continue life without her.
The loss of life in a fatal accident is a tragedy surviving family members and friends do not get over. They may learn to live without their loved one and the pain may lessen some over time, but the grief will always remain. There were injuries and deaths on Texas I-30 as a result of a fatal accident between several semitrailers and a minivan.
Parents who have lost children know how unbearable that pain can be. When it is because another person's negligence caused a senseless, fatal accident, it is even worse. A 15-year-old Texas boy was killed in a recent car accident.
Most people leave their homes each day to go to work, run some errands or take a much-needed vacation and fully expect to return when their mission is complete. Unfortunately, some never make it back to their loved ones because another person decides to drive drunk, with their impairment causing a fatal accident. A 20-year-old female has been charged after allegedly killing a Texas woman and her infant son in a fatal accident.
The consequences for driving drunk are varied but can begin with fines of $2,000 or more. The consequences from being convicted of driving drunk and causing a fatal accident are higher fines, possible community service and/or anywhere from two to 20 years in prison. A Texas woman was recently arrested after police say she caused a fatal accident.
Drinking alcohol affects a driver's reaction time. The time delay is enough to cause significant damage to others on the road. Sometimes, the result is a fatal accident. A Texas woman is facing an intoxication manslaughter charge after causing a fatal wreck around 3 a.m. on Feb. 9.
While the national legal age to purchase alcohol is 21, those who are younger are often easily able to gain access. The problem then is, as with anyone of any age who has been drinking, they will get behind the wheel of a vehicle, potentially causing damage that can range from a minor fender-bender to a fatal accident. A 19-year-old Texas resident has been issued intoxication-related charges after allegedly causing a fatal accident.
For years the public has heard numerous messages warning people to not drive while under the influence of alcohol or drugs. However, there are still many who choose to consume and get behind the wheel, believing they are lucid enough to drive without incident. This choice can result in complications ranging from a minor fender bender to a fatal accident, killing themselves and/or others in or near the road. Texas police say alcohol may have been involved when one person was killed in a fatal accident.