• December 03, 2019

One Killed in Car Accident on Johnson Woods Drive in Paris, TX

Paris, TX Law enforcement sources from the Lamar County Sheriff's Office working closely with troopers from the Texas DPS have not yet confirmed the name of the pedestrian that was killed in a car accident that happened in Paris, TX on Saturday, November 30th, 2019.

At this juncture, officers familiar with what happened in the accident only said that one person was killed when they were hit by a parked pickup truck that was hit by a vehicle when it lost control while driving down Johnson Woods Drive, and that EMS personnel rushed the as-of-yet unidentified pedestrian to a nearby hospital where they died of their injuries a short time after their arrival. Authorities have said that the driver of the vehicle that lost control may have suffered an unspecified medical episode at the wheel, and that authorities are still investigating the fatal accident at this time.

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