• September 20, 2022

Aisha Wells Killed in Pedestrian Accident in Arlington, TX

Arlington, TX -- September 18, 2022, Aisha Wells was killed due to an accident where a vehicle struck Wells along the roadway.

Investigators said that the incident happened just before midnight along New York Avenue near East Pioneer Parkway.

Officials indicated that 42-year-old Aisha Wells as walking at the time and was attempting to cross New York Avenue. While doing so, a southbound Ford Expedition hit Wells.

Wells sustained fatal injuries in the accident. At this time, additional details about the incident are unavailable at this time.

Commentary on Aisha Wells Pedestrian Accident in Arlington

When it comes to pedestrian incidents like this, it's crucial that folks understand that they're often more complex than they may realize. It's not always as simple as just whether or not someone was in a crosswalk.

Aisha Wells Killed in Pedestrian Accident in Arlington, TX

What if the victim was well lit and clearly visible? What if other drivers saw and slowed down for the victim? What if this area is notoriously dangerous for pedestrians? What if alcohol played a role? Likely or not, it's important to consider all possible factors to ensure the victim's loved ones at least know they're getting the full story. It's not really clear right now if those steps are being taken here.

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