• February 03, 2022

Paschual Neeley Killed in Street Racing Accident in Bedford, TX

Bedford, TX -- Febraury 1, 2022, Paschual Neeley sustained fatal injuries after an accident where a street race caused a crash.

Investigators reported that the crash took place at around 7:00 p.m. along Forest Ridge Drive near State Highway 183.

According to officials, 84-year-old Paschual Neeley was in a Kia when a Dodge Charger was allegedly racing a Ford F-150, resulting in a crash. The Ford reportedly left the scene.

Due to the collision, Neeley sustained fatal injuries. The Dodge driver currently faces a charge for manslaughter. Police say they're looking for a white Ford F-150. Additional details are unavailable at this time.

Commentary on Paschual Neeley Street Racing Accident in Bedford

Paschual Neeley Street Racing Accident in Bedford, TX

With a situation like this, simply keeping these reports in the public eye is a crucial step forward. Someone is bound to recognize the vehicle and come forward with information that can be used to identify the runaway driver. Holding people accountable is always a priority in these situations, but it's important investigators also consider other possible contributing factors. There could be unique circumstances surrounding the accident, such as drunk driving, which can create more complex legal avenues for victims and families to navigate. Until then, folks should do what they can to keep this tragic event under the spotlight until there is some sort of resolution.

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