• May 11, 2017

Bryant Mumphrey Killed in Accident on Burton Road in Pleasant Grove, TX

Pleasant Grove, TX -- A vehicle vs. pedestrian crash in the area of Pleasant Grove, TX led to the death of 44-year-old Bryant Mumphrey Wednesday, May 10, 2017.

The incident took place at Bruton Road and Masters Drive around 5:15 p.m.

According to police, the victim was walking across the street when for reasons unclear he was struck by an eastbound Dodge Ram. The report claims onlookers witnessed Mr. Mumphrey turning around in the middle lane shortly before reaching the other side.

The collision killed Mr. Mumphrey at the scene of the incident.

The 61-year-old driver of the pickup was unharmed in the crash.

The investigation into the incident is ongoing.

map of the area


With all accidents involving pedestrians struck by vehicles, am important detail will be determining where the pedestrian was positioned in relation to the roadway at the time of the incident. Did the vehicle strike them at a crosswalk? Was the pedestrian in a parking lot at the time of the collision? Were they on the sidewalk, or a designated bike lane? As with all preliminary media reports, there's always quite a bit of important information missing. And while these details may seem insignificant, legally speaking, they carry a great amount of weight.

As of now, there's simply not enough information in the media reports to determine who may be at fault. More information may become available pending a more thorough, impartial, scientific investigation. If placed under a "microscope," these pertinent details will go a long way in bringing closure to all involved.

--Grossman Law Offices


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