Round Rock, TX — Authorities are currently investigating a fatal pedestrian accident that happened on Mays Street in Round Rock on Thursday night, August 29, 2013. A woman who wasn’t named was reportedly hit and killed by a car as she tried to walk across Mays Street with some friends.
The accident happened at about 11:30 in front of Mom’s Cafe, near Braddock Street. The woman was walking out of a bar, police said, and was with some friends when they tried to cross Mays Street to get to another bar.
A oncoming car struck the woman and she passed away at the scene before paramedics could take her to a hospital. Alcohol was said to be a factor, according to KVUE News, but the matter is still under investigation and no details have been confirmed as of Friday evening.
Scene of the Accident
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