• December 03, 2019

May Wayne Diggs Killed in Car Accident on Highway 59 at East Houston St in Marshall, TX

Marshall, TX Spokespeople from the Harrison County Sheriff's Office working with Texas DPS officials have confirmed that 40-year-old May Wayne Diggs was the man that was killed in a pedestrian vs car accident that took place in Marshall, TX on Wednesday, November 27th, 2019.

Right now, police familiar with what happened in the incident have only said that Diggs was killed when he was struck by a passing motorist as he walked alongside or made an attempt to cross the lanes of traffic of Highway 50 at or near the intersection with East End Boulevard, and that EMS personnel pronounced him dead of major trauma injuries at the scene of the accident. Officers are still working to pin down all the factors that contributed to the accident, and expect to release their findings as soon as they become available.

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