• March 15, 2019

Timothy Walker Killed in Truck Accident near Uvalde, TX

Uvalde, TX State Troopers have confirmed that 46-year-old Timothy Walker was the man that was pronounced dead after a collision with an 18-wheeler that happened in Uvalde, Texas on Saturday, March 10th, 2019.

At this time, police said that a passenger vehicle and a tractor-trailer collided under unspecified circumstances while driving on Highway 90, and that Walker succumbed to major trauma injuries a short time after the accident, but it is not clear if he died at the scene or after being rushed to a nearby hospital. EMS also treated Walker's 8-year-old son for unspecified injuries after the collision, which is still under investigation by state and local officials.

Map of the Area

[jump]

*We appreciate your feedback and welcome anyone to comment on our blog entries, however all visitor blog comments must be approved by the site moderator prior to showing live on the site. By submitting a blog comment you acknowledge that your post may appear live on the site for any visitors to see, pending moderator approval. The operators of this site are not responsible for the accuracy or content of the comments made by site visitors. By submitting a comment, blog post, or email to this site you acknowledge that you may receive a response with regard to your questions or concerns. If you contact Grossman Law Offices using this online form, your message will not create an attorney-client relationship and will not necessarily be treated as privileged or confidential! You should not send sensitive or confidential information via the Internet. Since the Internet is not necessarily a secure environment, it is not possible to ensure that your message sent via the Internet might be kept secure and confidential. When you fill out a contact or comment form, send us an email directly, initiate a chat session or call us, you acknowledge we may use your contact information to communicate with you in the future for marketing purposes, but such marketing will always be done consistent with the advertising ethics rules established by the State Bar of Texas and you will have the option to opt out of future communications.