• October 16, 2023

Fred Baker Marsh Jr. Killed in Pedestrian-Auto Accident in Orange County, TX

UPDATE (October 16, 2023): Additional details released by authorities identified the man killed in the crash as 55-year-old Fred Baker Marsh Jr. The circumstances leading up to the crash are still under investigation.

Orange County, TX — October 10, 2023, a person was killed in a pedestrian-auto crash on Interstate 10, near mile marker 876 in Orange County, TX.

Authorities indicate that on October 10, a fatal accident occurred when a man was struck by a Freightliner truck in Orange County. According to reports, the accident happened at approximately 1:40 a.m. Investigators say the man was walking along Interstate 10 when the westbound Freightliner hit him. Police have not released the cause of the accident, and limited details have been released at this time.

Officials confirmed that the pedestrian, whose name has not been released, suffered fatal injuries. No other injuries were reported, and no other vehicles were said to be involved.

The investigation is ongoing.

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