• May 11, 2023

Thomas Byrd Killed in Pedestrian Accident in Round Rock, TX

Round Rock, TX — May 6, 2023, Thomas Byrd was fatally injured following a pedestrian accident that happened at 9:05 p.m. along East Palm Valley Boulevard.

Preliminary details about the incident released by the Round Rock Police Department say that the collision took place along East Palm Valley off the corner of A. W. Grimes Boulevard.

Thomas Byrd Killed in Pedestrian Accident in Round Rock, TX

According to police officials, 69-year-old Thomas Byrd was walking at the time and was on East Palm Valley. Right now, it isn't clear if Byrd was attempting to cross the road or in the road for other reasons. While there, a vehicle hit Byrd.

As a result of the collision, Byrd ultimately succumbed to the injuries he sustained in the accident. No one else appeared to be hurt. Police say the driver stayed at the scene, and there are no charges or citations reported at this time. Investigations into the accident are ongoing.



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