Authorities from the Missouri Highway Patrol have identified the pedestrian who was struck and killed in a Springfield, MO road accident on january 29th, 2013. Police currently believe that Adam Linder was killed when he was struck by a vehicle operated by an as-of-yet unidentified motorist as he walked along or attempted to cross Campbell Avenue.
Scene of the Accident
According to the report, Adam Linder was pronounced dead on the scene by emergency response personnel when they arrived. The unidentified driver did not report serious injury stemming from the accident. The Missouri State Police are currently investigating the fatality, and at the time of writing do not anticipate criminal charges for the driver of the vehicle that struck Adam Linder.
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