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College Station, Texas - 3 Injured in Suspected DUI Crash, Driver Angelica Pachuca Arrested

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Published: August 24, 2018
By: Paul
Last Updated on December 16, 2020

One Driver Arrested After 3-Vehicle Crash In College Station

Police in College Station arrested a Bryan woman on August 22 after an accident that closed University Dr. near the freeway and resulted in three injuries. 23-year-old Angelica Pachuca was arrested for intoxication assault, causing serious injury while driving with an invalid license, evading arrest, and failing to stop and leave information.

Police say Pachuca's SUV collided with an SUV, which caused the SUV to flip over onto the driver's. Pachuca's car then rear-ended a pickup. This accident occurred at around 4 p.m.

The accident happened during a short pursuit by officers who were attempting to stop Pachuca for speeding.

Pachuca and the drivers of both other vehicles suffered non-life-threatening injuries in the accident.

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Liability For Drunk Driving Accidents In Texas

Attorney contributor Marc Lenahan has experience fighting for the victims of drunk drivers. Here are some thoughts from him on third party liability for drunk driving accidents:

If you or someone you love has been injured by a drunk driver, you may be wondering how state laws could influence your case. In Texas, the victims of drunk drivers may have the option to file a personal injury claim directly against the drunk driver. Additionally, dram shop and social host liability laws in this state allow third parties (like alcohol vendors and party hosts) to be held liable for providing alcohol to the drunk driver.

Texas Alcoholic Beverage Code Chapter 2 sets forth the dram shop and social host liability laws in Texas. According to these laws, alcohol vendors can be held liable for injuries caused by customers if:

  • Alcohol was sold or given to a minor under the age of 18, or
  • alcohol was sold to someone who was "obviously intoxicated" to a point that they posed a "clear danger" to the safety of themselves and others, and
  • the intoxication was a foreseeable cause of the injuries suffered.

Social host liability laws allow injury victims to seek damages from any host over 21 who provides alcohol to a minor under 18 if:

  • The adult is not the parent, guardian, or spouse of the minor, and
  • the adult knowingly served or provided alcohol to the minor or allowed the minor to drink on any property owned by the adult.

If you're curious about your legal options after being hit by a drunk driver, we advise discussing your accident with an experienced DUI victim lawyer.

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