• January 23, 2017

UPDATE: Jason Johnson Injured in Fort Worth, TX, Hit-and-run Accident

Fort Worth, TX -- January 22, 2017, Jason Johnson was injured due to an accident in which a pickup hit him on Crowley Road and fled the scene.

Update February 7, 2017: According to reports, Jason Johnson passed away from the injuries he sustained in this accident. Officials pronounced him dead at 12:10 a.m.on Monday, February 6. No word has been given on the suspect driver involved in the accident. Investigations are ongoing.

Fort Worth Police investigators were called to the scene of the accident at the intersection of North Crowley Road and North Crowley Cleburne Road. The incident took place around midnight.

Authorities say that 39-year-old Johnson was traveling through the intersection when he was suddenly hit by a pickup. Johnson was ejected onto the roadway, sustaining critical injuries. The pickup fled the scene of the accident.

EMS rushed Johnson over to John Peter Smith Hospital for treatment. His condition was reportedly critical.

Authorities have yet to locate the suspect driver in this accident. Their investigations are ongoing.

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