• September 01, 2022

Joshua Simpson Killed in Car Accident in Texarkana, TX

UPDATE (September 29, 2022): Recent statements indicate that the driver allegedly involved in the death of Joshua Simpson turned himself in. Authorities claim that Cole Arendt faces a charge for manslaughter in connection with the crash. Right now, additional details are unavailable.

Texarkana, TX -- August 30, 2022, Joshua Simpson was killed as the result of an accident where a vehicle struck him.

Recent details released indicated that the accident happened by a Road Runner in the 4700 block of West Seventh Street at around 5:30 p.m.

Joshua Simpson Killed in Car Accident in Texarkana, TX

Officials indicated that 20-year-old Joshua Simpson was riding a bicycle nearby when a Chevy Camaro crashed into another vehicle. The Camaro then hit Simpson, resulting in fatal injuries.

At this time, additional details are unavailable.

Commentary on Joshua Simpson Car Accident in Texarkana

It's just a shame someone minding their own business must pay the ultimate price for someone else's actions. What's important in these situations, though, is ensuring that the victim's loved ones are at least getting the full story. Police don't always prioritize accidents like this, and that's when details slip through the cracks. Are steps being taken to ensure that doesn't happen here?

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