• November 01, 2022

Tunde Mustaph Obawunmi Killed, Olatunji Alex Atere Injured in Pedestrian Accident in Eastland County, TX

Eastland County, TX -- October 28, 2022, Tunde Obawunmi was killed and Olatunji Atere was injured due to an accident where a vehicle hit them.

Authorities said they were called out to the area of the I-20 access road just outside of Cisco late Friday evening. 46-year-old Tunde Mustaph Obawunmi and 38-year-old Olatunji Alex Atere were said to be walking along the roadway at the time. While doing so, a vehicle traveling westbound hit both Obawunmi and Atere.

Obawunmi's injuries proved to be fatal while Atere was said to have serious injuries. No other injuries were reported. At this time, additional details are unavailable.

Commentary on Tunde Obawunmi, Olatunji Atere Pedestrian Accident in Eastland County

Tunde Obawunmi Killed, Olatunji Atere Injured in Pedestrian Accident in Eastland County, TX

When it comes to pedestrian accidents, folks don't always realize just how complex they can be. It's not as simple as who did or didn't have right-of-way. It's also important to consider if the incident was reasonably avoidable. A driver who fails to see someone that is well lit and far enough away to avoid doesn't get off scot-free because they had the right-of-way. Whatever happened here, a man lost his life. Instead of jumping to conclusions, folks should avoid jumping to conclusions until there have been thorough investigations from professionals.


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