• December 12, 2022

Marquis Lequavior Marshall Killed in Pedestrian Accident in Beaumont, TX

Beaumont, TX -- December 8, 2022, Marquis Lequavior Marshall was killed after an accident where several vehicles struck him.

Investigators said that the crash took place at around 6:00 p.m. along the 2300 block of I-10, near Thompson.

Officials said that 31-year-old Marquis Lequavior Marshall was in the area of the interstate when an unspecified number of vehicles hit him. This resulted in fatal injuries. Right now, it's unclear if any of the drivers involved stayed at the scene. Investigations are ongoing.

Commentary on Marquis Lequavior Marshall Pedestrian Accident in Beaumont

There isn't much information surrounding what happened here, and that isn't exactly unusual for a deadly pedestrian accident. The problem, however, is why there is a lack of information. It can be due to authorities withholding specifics until they know more. Oftentimes, however, it's a sign the incident isn't getting the attention it deserves.

Marquis Lequavior Marshall Killed in Pedestrian Accident in Beaumont, TX

People see a pedestrian hit on the interstate and just assume they were in the wrong. Likely or not, there can be extenuating circumstances leading to an accident like this, and a grieving family should at least be sure they're getting the full story. Are those efforts being made here?


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