Irvine, CA — A collision between a pedestrian and a box truck took the life of an unidentified person in the area of Irvine, TX Thursday, February 16, 2017.
The incident took place on Interstate 405 around 6 a.m.
According to reports, the pedestrian for reasons unknown wandered into the roadway. Within moments, a passing box truck struck the woman, killing her at the scene of the incident. The 911 call allegedly states the woman was walking northbound on the southbound shoulder. The report made no mention of other injuries in the incident.
At the time of the report, no charges had been made.
Further details regarding the deadly incident, including the deceased woman’s identity, were unavailable.
The official investigation is currently underway.
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