Albert Jaramillo Hit, Killed by Train at Macdona Lacoste and Shepard Roads in Bexar County

Albert Jaramillo Hit, Killed by Train at Macdona Lacoste and Shepard Roads in Bexar County

Albert Jaramillo Killed in Bexar County Train-Pedestrian Accident at Macdona Lacoste and Shepard Roads

Bexar County, Texas (November 28, 2020) – The man who was fatally hit by a train early Friday morning in Bexar County has been identified as Albert Jaramillo, 38, according to the Bexar County Medical Examiner’s Office.

The deadly accident happened around 12:05 a.m., November 27, on the train tracks at Macdona Lacoste and Shepard roads.

Deputies said Jaramillo was walking on the train tracks with a woman when a train approached, and the two attempted to get off the tracks, but Jaramillo was clipped by the train.

Jaramillo was pronounced dead at the scene. 

The woman was uninjured.

The officials are investigating the crash.

We pass our sincere condolences to the family and friends of Albert Jaramillo.

Who May Make a Wrongful Death Claim in Texas?

A wrongful death claim for a family member may be brought by spouses, children or parents. The State of Texas also allows the estate of the deceased to bring a survival action to recover for past medical expenses and conscious pain and suffering, as well as other non-economic damages which the deceased may have suffered before death. Texas does not permit brothers, sisters, cousins, or grandparents to assert any claims for the death of a family member.

Wrongful death claims require an attorney who understands the complexity of the damages caused by a significant loss. The lawyer representing the client has the responsibility to hire the necessary experts to help prove the case. 

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