• February 20, 2023

Danielle Eppard Killed in Pedestrian Accident near Cross Plains, TX

Cross Plains, TX -- February 19, 2023, Danielle Eppard was killed due to an accident where a vehicle struck her along the highway.

Investigators said that the incident happened just before 7:00 p.m. along Highway 36 just east of Cross Plains approaching the Eastland and Callahan County line. It appears that 38-year-old Danielle Eppard was walking at the time when an eastbound vehicle struck her. As a result, she sustained fatal injuries.

Danielle Eppard Killed in Pedestrian Accident near Cross Plains, TX

Right now, authorities report no factors beyond the area being dark. That's something I don't think gets enough attention in our state. A lot of roadways will see an unnecessary amount of pedestrian accidents because officials simply neglect to make the necessary improvements to make things safer for pedestrians and drivers alike. Has this stretch of road been looked into for that sort of thing? There could obviously be other factors involved in this particular accident, and I wouldn't suggest ignoring any possibility, even unlikely ones. I just seek to help shed light onto factors that people may not generally consider.


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