• August 16, 2023

Larry Paul Younger Sr. Killed in Pedestrian Accident in Dallas, TX

Dallas, TX — July 2, 2023, Larry Younger Sr. sustained fatal injuries as the result of a pedestrian accident at 1:59 a.m. along Buckner Boulevard.

According to preliminary details about the accident, the incident occurred in the area of the South Buckner Boulevard and Blossom Lane intersection.

Larry Paul Younger Sr. Killed in Pedestrian Accident in Dallas, TX

Investigators said that 61-year-old Larry Younger Sr. was walking at the time and reportedly attempted to cross Buckner where there was no crosswalk. At the same time, a Nissan Armada was approaching the area going northbound along Buckner. As a result of the collision, Younger sustained fatal injuries. The car lost control and ran off-road, however it appears no one in the vehicle had injuries.

It appears from initial statements that authorities found the Nissan was going over 75 MPH just before the collision. Authorities also allege that the driver of the vehicle was under the influence of alcohol at the time of the accident. However, no charges or citations have been confirmed at this time. Investigations are ongoing.


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