• October 04, 2023

Steven Kaderli Injured in Pedestrian-Truck Accident in Gillespie County, TX

Gillespie County, TX — September 6, 2023, pedestrian, Steven Kaderli, was injured in a collision with a commercial truck around 5:31 p.m. on Hwy. 16 in Gillespie County.

Sources report Mr. Kaderli was stepping out of a tow truck in order to remove a disabled vehicle from the highway when a red Ford F-350 reportedly tried to drive between the stopped tow truck and a slowing down F-250. The F-350 struck Mr. Kaderli and then allegedly fled the scene of the accident.

The F-250 had reportedly begun to drop its speed due to the disabled vehicles in the center of the highway. Officials allege attempted to avoid rear-ending the F-250 and made a faulty evasive maneuver. Additionally, officials suspect the red F-350 was traveling at a high rate of speed and was not paying proper attention to the road.

The victim was purportedly rushed to a hospital with serious injuries.

Steven Kaderli Injured in Pedestrian-Truck Accident in Gillespie County, TX
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