• May 19, 2022

Man Killed in Pedestrian Accident on Beechnut Street in Houston, TX

Houston, TX -- May 13, 2022, one person was killed after an accident where a vehicle struck them as they walked along Beechnut Street.

Investigators reported that the collision took place at around 9:40 p.m. along Beechnut Street near the intersection of Corporate Drive.

Officials said that a 36-year-old man was walking and reportedly crossed where there was not a crosswalk. Doing so, a Chevy Tahoe hit the pedestrian. The victim sustained fatal injuries due to the collision.

Investigations did not give additional details.

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With situations like this, it's important to ensure authorities actually gave the incident the attention it deserves. I find too often that people jump to conclusions when it comes to pedestrian accidents. They assume that the pedestrian was either in a crosswalk or they're at fault. Things just aren't that simple. For example, if someone is in the middle of the roadway, but they're clearly visible and avoidable, a driver has a responsibility to avoid them, right-of-way or not. It's not clear right now if this was one of those situations, but if it took more thorough independent investigations to ensure the victim's loved ones were getting the full story, it wouldn't be the first time.


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