• May 08, 2017

Man Killed in Fort Worth, TX, Pedestrian Accident at Riverside

Fort Worth, TX -- May 5, 2017, a man suffered fatal injuries as the result of an accident where he was hit by multiple vehicle on US Highway 287.

Authorities from the Fort Worth Police Department were called out to the scene of the accident at around 10:00 p.m. They say it happened near the intersection of US Highway 287 and Riverside Drive.

Preliminary police reports indicate that a man was walking in the vicinity of US 287 at the time. It's unclear if he was crossing the highway or walking along the side. As he did so, he was somehow struck by a vehicle, knocking him into the roadway. Authorities say he was struck by multiple vehicles in the incident.

Officials say at least one driver stopped at the scene, they one who called for emergency services. By the time they arrived, the victim had succumbed to fatal injuries.

It's unclear at this time how many vehicles struck the man or how many of them stopped at the scene. No charges or citations have been reported.

Officials continue their investigations.

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