• February 13, 2017

Man Hurt in Amarillo, TX Pedestrian vs. Car Accident

Amarillo, TX -- An unidentified 53-year-old man was hurt due to a pedestrian vs. passenger vehicle collision in the area of Amarillo, TX Saturday, February 11, 2017.

The details of the incident are sparse, but the report claims the incident happened Saturday afternoon.

It looks like the 53-year-old victim was utilizing a cross walk when he was struck by a passing vehicle. The unidentified man was transported to a local hospital with undisclosed injuries. The crash left a portion of the area closed for several hours. There were no other injuries reported in relation to the crash.

The report provided no further information at the time of its release.

The investigation is ongoing.

map of the area


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