• July 12, 2022

Woman Killed in Pedestrian Accident on I-35W in Fort Worth, TX

Fort Worth, TX -- July 10, 2022, a woman was killed due to an accident in which a vehicle struck her along I-35W.

Authorities reported that the crash took place at around 4:30 a.m. along southbound lanes of the interstate near West Risinger Road.

The exact circumstances surrounding the accident are unclear at this time. Authorities said only that an unidentified woman was on southbound lanes when a vehicle struck and killed her. It's unclear if that vehicle remained at the scene.

Details surrounding the accident are still under investigation at this time.

Commentary on Pedestrian Accident at I-35W & West Risinger in Fort Worth

I know that people see someone hit on an interstate and just assume that person was being reckless. As dangerous as it is for someone to be on an interstate, it's important to know all the facts. For all we know, the woman was safely on the shoulder or near a well lit disabled vehicle. Maybe other drivers had no issues avoiding her, but the last driver was doing something wrong. Likely or not, someone lost their life here. Even if it's just to rule out other possibilities, thorough investigations are important. A grieving family at least deserves to know they're getting the answers they deserve.

Fort Worth, TX Pedestrian Accident Kills Woman on I-35W at Risinger


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