• November 01, 2022

James E. Young Killed in Pedestrian Accident in Tyler, TX

Tyler, TX -- October 29, 2022, James E. Young was killed after an accident where two vehicles struck him in the roadway.

Officials reported that the incident happened early Saturday morning along State Highway 31, just of the city.

According to details, it appears 59-year-old James E. Young was walking at the time when two westbound vehicles struck him. As a result, he succumbed to fatal injuries. No one else appeared to be injured. Right now, additional details are unavailable.

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James E. Young Killed in Pedestrian Accident in Tyler, TX

Folks tend to overlook crashes like this one, but the reality is they can be more complex than folks may realize. It's not just about whether or not a pedestrian has the right-of-way. Even if they don't, if they're reasonably avoidable, drivers have a responsibility to do so. Besides, there could be other extenuating circumstances to consider. Alcohol, medical conditions, poor road design, missing signage, lack of lighting--likely or not, getting a family the answers they deserve means ensuring nothing important slips through the cracks.


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