• June 02, 2023

Steven Penick Killed in Pedestrian Accident in Lufkin, TX

Lufkin, TX — May 31, 2023, Steven Penick was killed as the result of a pedestrian accident that happened at around 9:00 p.m. on Timberland Drive.

According to preliminary information from the Lufkin Police Department, the incident happened off the corner of Timberland Drive and Paul Avenue, just by the Whataburger.

Steven Penick Killed in Pedestrian Accident in Lufkin, TX

It appears from the initial statements in the news that 55-year-old Steven Penick was walking at the time. Authorities believe Penick attempted to cross Timberland toward the Whataburger. While doing so, a driver going northbound in a Honda Accord did not avoid Penick, hitting him in the roadway.

As a result of the collision, Penick sustained fatal injuries. The driver had no reported injuries. Currently, there is no indication that authorities are considering charges or citations. The exact cause of the accident remains unconfirmed. Additional details are pending further investigations.


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