• September 28, 2023

Christopher Yarmie Killed in Hit-and-run Accident in Denton, TX

UPDATE (November 2, 2023): While an exact description of the vehicle that hit Christopher Yarmie is still unclear, certain information released by police suggests it may have been a commercial vehicle. This could be a significant clue, as things like company logos, DOT numbers, types of trucks, and cargo can all prove to be helpful clues in finding out who was involved in this accident.

I had a truck accident case, for example, where authorities couldn't make heads or tails of a crash involving a semi-truck, but we went around checking all the businesses near the crash scene and found surveillance footage authorities completely missed. Could it be there are witnesses or other clues that slipped through the cracks here which could help get this man's loved ones some answers?

Denton, TX — September 24, 2023, Christopher Yarmie was killed due to a hit-and-run accident at around 10:19 p.m. along Interstate 35.

Authorities said in preliminary statements that the incident happened in the area of the I-35 service road and West University Drive intersection.

Christopher Yarmie Killed in Hit-and-run Accident in Denton, TX

According to Tarrant County officials, 60-year-old Christopher Yarmie was a pedestrian that had been walking in the area of the service road. In a series of events not clear right now, a vehicle going northbound struck Yarmie, then left the scene of the accident.

As a result of the collision, Yarmie succumbed to fatal injuries. There were no other reported victims. Authorities have not yet released a description for the suspect or the vehicle allegedly involved in the collision. Investigations are ongoing.


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