• August 08, 2023

Joshua Jarell Williams Killed in Pedestrian Accident in Austin County, TX

Austin County, TX — July 8, 2023, Joshua Jarell Williams was fatally injured due to a pedestrian accident at around 10:00 p.m. along Highway 36.

Authorities said following preliminary investigations that the incident happened along Highway 36 near mile marker 604.

Joshua Jarell Williams Killed in Pedestrian Accident in Austin County, TX

According to investigations, 30-year-old Joshua Jarell Williams was walking at the time, though details did not specify if Williams was crossing or walking along the roadway. While in the northbound lane, it appears that a Jeep Grand Cherokee struck Williams.

Due to the collision, Williams sustained injuries which ultimately proved to be fatal. There were no other reported injuries resulting from the accident. Right now, the exact circumstances surrounding the accident remain unconfirmed pending investigations.



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