• January 27, 2017

Frank Smith Killed in Fort Worth, TX, Hit-and-run Accident

Fort Worth, TX -- January 25, 2017, Frank Smith was killed due to an accident in which he was struck while riding a bicycle. The driver fled the scene.

Fort Worth Police responded to the fatal accident scene at around 6:30 a.m. near the intersection of Jacksboro Highway and Northside Drive.

According to investigators, 58-year-old Smith, reportedly a local homeless person, was riding his bicycle along the roadway. He was released from the hospital a day prior to the accident.

As he was riding, a vehicle crossed his path and ran into him. Smith was struck to the ground, where he sustained critical injuries.

Emergency services came to the scene and rushed Smith to John Peter Smith Hospital. He died shortly after arrival.

Authorities did not release any additional details following the incident. Their investigations are ongoing.

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