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Monday, May 10, 2010
Truck Rolls, Hits Man Walking Along Texas Road
In an unusual and tragic accident, a man in Bexar County, Texas lost control of his pickup truck and rolled it. The truck took out a sign and a pole in the accident. Law enforcement officers called a wrecker to the scene of the accident, but the driver was not hurt. He was allowed to go home.
Several hours later, there was a report of a body outside the road 150 yards north of where the earlier rollover accident occurred. Investigators say it appears that when the pickup truck crashed, it hit a person walking down the road. The stretch of road is dark, and authorities believe it's possible the driver of the pickup either didn't see the man or realize he'd hit someone.
The driver of the pickup truck has not been charged, and may not be due to the circumstances. The identity of the dead individual has not been released. However tragic, this seems to be a case of a pedestrian in the wrong place at the wrong time.
If you or a loved one has been struck by a vehicle, please contact an experienced personal injury attorney in your area for an initial and free consultation.
posted by Neil at 8:08 AM
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