• February 27, 2023

Christina Rivas Killed in Pedestrian Accident in Kirbyville, TX

Kirbyville, TX -- February 24, 2023, Christina Rivas was killed after an accident where a vehicle struck her in the roadway.

Investigators said that the incident happened at around 7:15 p.m. along Highway 96. The incident was south of town where authorities say a vehicle hit 33-year-old Christina Rivas. This resulted in fatal injuries. Details about the driver are unavailable, and additional details about the accident are unclear, as well.

Christina Rivas Killed in Pedestrian Accident in Kirbyville, TX

I find that people are quick to jump to conclusions when it comes to pedestrian incidents. But I always tell folks to keep this in mind: someone lost their life here, and their family deserves answers. What good does it do them to see a bunch of strangers making assumptions when the family doesn't even have all the facts, let alone random members of the public. Whatever happened here, it's best to wait for the evidence to speak for itself.


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