Woman Dies in Bexar County ATV Accident

An ATV accident in Bexar County claimed the life of a woman while riding the recreational vehicle with co-workers, police said.

The woman, who was killed in the ATV rollover accident, was identified as 24-year-old Angela Guerrola.

Following the accident in Bexar County, Guerrola was transported the San Antonio Military Medical Center. She later died as a result of the injuries she sustained in the Texas ATV accident. The incident occurred at Alamo Junction Ral Park at around 5 a.m., police reported.

Guerrola endured fatal injuries when the all terrain vehicle rolled on top of her, officials said.

Several ATV accidents have emerged in the news and people across the state wrap up their summer, spending more time partaking in recreational activities. But despite the assumed safety of vehicles and recreational equipment that can easily be found on the market, certain flaws in the design of some recreational vehicles can be deadly. Although the presence of a roll cage can help prevent ATV and four wheelers from crushing riders and passengers should the vehicles roll. But while data and information ties the presence of roll cages to improved safety, many manufacturers and companies continue producing the vehicles without the improved safety equipment, leaving victims vulnerable to serious head, neck and back injuries.

Some of the other causes of ATV injuries include:

While there are an abundance of causes linked to ATV and Four Wheeler Accidents, understanding what may have occurred and revealing important details can be a powerful way that family and friends can seek closure. If you have lost a loved one in an ATV wreck, call our ATV attorneys in San Antonio, Austin, Round Rock and statewide Texas for a free case evaluation today. We’ve helped a multitude of clients with ATV claims, compiling important evidence that helped back their claims and seeking fair compensation for injuries and loss that may have been prevented. We care. We can help.


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