• December 16, 2022

One Killed, One Injured in Auto-Pedestrian Accident on Walton Walker Blvd in Dallas, TX

Dallas, TX — September 18, 2022, one person died and a pedestrian was injured in an auto accident on South Walton Walker Boulevard in Dallas.

Authorities say the incident happened around 11:40 p.m. on Walton Walker near Jefferson Boulevard. Preliminary investigation suggests a GMC Sierra pickup was traveling south on the entrance ramp to Walton Walker, allegedly at unsafe speeds, when the driver lost control. The pickup swerved into a guardrail then rebounded across all the freeway's travel lanes. It crashed into the concrete median barrier and was redirected south, then spun out and came to rest.

Another motorist witnessed the crash and exited his vehicle to help the pickup driver. As he checked on the driver a southbound Nissan Altima passed through and hit both him and the Sierra.

The pickup driver was pronounced dead at the scene. The pedestrian suffered serious injuries and was taken to an area hospital. The Nissan driver received possible injuries.

No further information is available at this time.

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