• January 24, 2017

Crossing Guard Hurt in College Station, TX, Pickup Accident

College Station, TX -- January 23, 2017, a man sustained injuries when he was struck by a pickup outside the A&M Consolidated High School.

College Station authorities were called to the accident scene at around 8:00 a.m. just outside the school, located at the intersection of Harvey Mitchell Parkway and Welsh Avenue.

Their preliminary reports state that a man entered the roadway at a crosswalk in front of the school. He had proper cross guard attire on as well as a stop sign. A teenager driving a pickup failed to stop for the crossing guard, and he struck the man in the roadway.

Emergency services came to the scene and transported the 58-year-old man to College Station Medical Center. His injuries appeared non-critical.

At this time, authorities have not released any additional details as their investigations continue.

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