• February 17, 2023

Denise Kay Brown Killed in Pedestrian Accident in Tyler, TX

Tyler, TX -- February 15, 2023, Denise Kay Brown was killed after an accident where a vehicle struck her along the highway.

Officials said that the incident happened at around 9:45 p.m. in the area of NNE Loop 323 and East Erwin Street.

Denise Kay Brown Killed in Pedestrian Accident in Tyler, TX

The exact circumstances surrounding the accident remain unclear at this time. It appears that 60-year-old Denise Brown was along Loop 323 when a vehicle struck her. This caused fatal injuries.

Beyond that, no information can be confirmed. I hope that's a sign of police being cautious rather than not giving the incident the attention it deserves. Unfortunately, people tend to jump to conclusions after pedestrian accidents. But given things like medical conditions, poor lighting, dangerous road design, and other unusual possible factors, shouldn't steps be taken to ensure the victim's loved ones know they're getting the full story?


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