• January 06, 2017

Pedestrian Killed in Baytown, TX, Accident on Fred Hartman Bridge

Baytown, TX -- January 6, 2017, a man was killed as the result of an accident where he was hit by a car while walking on the Fred Hartman Bridge.

The Texas Department of Public Safety responded to the fatal accident scene around 5:00 a.m.

The man, whose identity hasn't been released, was reportedly walking along the side of the bridge, which authorities say is very common. Police claim the man entered traffic lanes repeatedly while walking, and at some point he was struck by vehicle.

The man sustained fatal injuries in the crash, and he died at the scene. Reports were not clear on the driver's condition or whether or not they stayed on the scene. No charges or citations were reported.

At this time, investigations are ongoing.

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