• September 26, 2022

Michael Ross Killed in Car Accident in Longview, TX

UPDATE (September 28, 2022): Authorities identified the man killed in the accident as Michael Ross. Details about the incident are still under investigation.

Longview, TX -- September 23, 2022, one person was killed after an accident where a car hit them off Neiman Marcus, then left the scene.

Initial reports say the collision happened sometime before 8:00 a.m. in an area near Neiman Marcus Parkway and Eastman Road.

Officials said that an SUV struck an unidentified man in the roadway. Somehow, officials say the driver claimed not to know they hit anyone until they arrived at work to find the pedestrian on the roof of the vehicle. EMS responded, but the man died from his injuries. No charges have been reported at this time.

Commentary on Michael Ross Car Accident in Longview

I'm going to be a bit blunt here. Someone failing to notice hitting someone is usually suspicious unless they're in a large vehicle like an 18-wheeler. An SUV driver hitting someone, likely after sun-up, and that person some remaining on top of the vehicle all the way until the driver got to work just raises every possible red flag. How the hell does this happen?

Michael Ross Killed in Car Accident in Longview, TX

A prudent investigator would no doubt be looking into things like alcohol and drugs here to find out if something impaired the driver's attention. Now, is it possible this is all just a freak accident that couldn't be avoided? Sure, I'm not the type to try to blame someone without knowing all the facts. That said, I tell people all the time that there are few situations that are truly simple or straight forward. No doubt this incident is far from the exception.


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