• January 05, 2017

Woman Injured in Waco, TX, Pedestrian Accident on Franklin Avenue

Waco, TX -- January 3, 2017, a woman sustained injuries following an accident where a vehicle struck her as she walked on Franklin Avenue.

According to reports from the Waco Police Department, the accident occurred at the intersection of Franklin Avenue and 20th Street.

The woman, whose identity hasn't been released, was walking near the intersection. Reports say she was on her way to Community Bank and Trust on 18th Street. As she crossed the road, a driver somehow did not notice her in time and struck her in the roadway.

Emergency services were called to the scene. The woman was taken to nearby Hillcrest Hospital for treatment. Her injuries did not appear critical.

Authorities did not issue any citations or charges immediately following the incident. They say their investigations are ongoing.

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