Dallas, TX — Officials say that a man was killed in Dallas, Texas, after being hit by a car and dragged more than 100 feet. The man’s name was Jonah Hill and the accident took place on the North Central Expressway near Midpark Road.
Wilson had recently bought beer at a local gas station and was crossing Route 75 when he was hit by the car. Police declared him dead at the scene.
No information on the driver of the car is available at this time.
Scene of the Accident
Many people will see that the victim had just returned from buying beer and may write him off as a drunk who shouldn’t have walked out into the street. I believe that’s the wrong way to view on accident like this. Instead, lets look at the duties of both drivers and pedestrians. In reality, they’re very similar. Both have the duty to avoid accidents. When something like this happens, it’s possible that blame will lie with only one of the two parties. It’s also possible that blame will lie with both. In those cases, it becomes our job to figure out which party’s actions are the proximate cause of the accident. Hopefully, an investigation into this matter will give us the answers we need to figure that out.
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