• May 03, 2017

Jerry Don Lance Killed in Waco, TX, Car Dealership Accident

Waco, TX -- May 1, 2017, Jerry Don Lance died as the result of injuries he sustained after an accident where he was run over at a car dealership.

The Waco Police Department reports that the incident happened around 8:15 a.m. on April 20 at Bird-Kultgen Ford, located just off Loop 340 and Bagby Avenue.

According to police investigators, 77-year-old Lance was at the dealership standing in the car lot. Two dealership employees were in a Ford Expedition driving around the lot opening gates. Reports say that as they backed up the vehicle, they ran something over. When they got out to check, they found Lance on the ground unresponsive.

EMS rushed Lance over to Baylor Scott & White Hillcrest for treatment of a serious head injury. He remained there until Monday, May 1, when he succumbed to his injuries.

At this time, police have not reported any charges or citations resulting from the accident. They say investigations are ongoing.

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