• January 03, 2017

Woman Injured in Tyler, TX, Hit-and-run Accident on E Gentry

Tyler, TX -- January 2, 2016, a woman was injured as the result of an accident in which she was struck by a vehicle on Gentry Parkway.

Tyler emergency response teams were called to the scene of the accident in the afternoon hours of Monday. They say the accident took place near the intersection of East Gentry Parkway and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard.

Their reports indicated that a woman was walking along Gentry Parkway just outside Fred's Pharmacy. As she did so, a vehicle drove through and somehow failed to avoid her. She was hit onto the roadway and sustained injuries. The driver then fled the scene of the accident.

Reports say that EMS transported the woman to a hospital, but they did not specify her injuries. The driver has not yet been located, and authorities have not released any identifying details.

Investigations are ongoing.

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