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Sylvia Zazueta involved in fatal car crash in Forth Worth, Texas.

| Mar 31, 2015 | Wrongful Death |

Reports coming out of Forth Worth, Texas state that Sylvia Zazueta, 24, was killed when a man crashed into a store. According to law enforcement, the driver, Isaac Adams, 19, was fleeing an accident scene at Riverside Drive and U.S. Highway 287 after Bobby Washington, the other driver in the accident said he was going to call the police. Adams and his passenger ran from the scene and the driver turned a corner in very high speed and lost control of the car and crashed into the store. The location of this accident was Riverside Drive and East Lancaster Avenue. Seven other people were taken to the hospital, including Adams and his passenger. None of them had any critical injuries. Zazueta died from the injuries she sustained in the accident, leaving behind three young children. Law enforcement suspects that Adams was under the influence of drugs and will be charged for intoxication manslaughter.

Our thoughts and hearts go out to the victim’s family and community. We understand that they may have been deeply affected by this tragedy. We believe that this case may trigger a wrongful death claim.

Reports coming out of Windcrest state that a man crashed into a McDonald’s after he mistook his accelerator for his brakes. Law enforcement believes the accident occurred at about 10 AM on Walzem Street near Parkcrest Street. There was one woman taken to the hospital whose condition is not yet known. The driver was not injured.

— Article by Richard D. Weaver, a Texas personal injury attorney.

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