On June 17, 2021, the San Jose Mercury News reported that on Friday, June 11, 2021, Alex Moreno was high on alcohol and cocaine, reportedly receiving oral sex in his work truck, moments before he plowed into an outdoor crowd outside the Agave Sports Bar and Grill on West Alma Avenue in San Jose.
Per the investigation documents, Moreno's truck reached speeds of 45 mph as it barreled, in reverse, through umbrellas and tables in the Agave parking lot.
Customers tried to jump out of the way. Moreno ultimately crashed into a group of three: two men and Ms. Diana Prieto Chacon.
Ms. Diana Prieta Chacon, per Telemundo 48's interview of a friend, was reportedly a teacher in Columbia and reportedly employed as a waitress at Agave.
Ms. Diana Prieto Chacon tragically and senselessly passed away at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center, 3 hours after this shocking crash. May she rest in peace.
The two men, in their 30's and 40's, suffered significant leg injuries and survived the crash.
Moreno, 32, was behind the wheel of a 2017 Chevrolet Silverado truck owned by his employer, Benicia-based Quality Erectors and Construction, Inc., when the horrific crash occurred.
Moreno's employer claims that Moreno's use of his work truck off the clock was unauthorized.
Moreno allegedly refused both breath and blood tests to determine what drugs he had in his system and his blood alcohol content. The police obtained a warrant to force a blood draw from Moreno.
Diana Prieto Chacon was apparently a 35 year old Colombian national in the United States for a just a few weeks. Court documents reveal that Diana Prieto Chacon has a very young daughter, 3 or 4 years old, back home in Columbia.
I extend my most sincere and deepest condolences to the family and friends of Ms. Diana Prieto Chacon, especially her parents and young daughter.
They are urged to contact an attorney immediately to pursue their legal case because time is of the essence. Responsible parties must be held to account for the tragedy in this case.
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