• May 16, 2017

David Teniente Killed in New Braunfels, TX, Pedestrian Accident

New Braunfels, TX -- May 13, 2017, David Anthony Teniente Jr. was killed following an accident where he was struck by a vehicle while walking.

New Braunfels Police Officials reported on the accident. They say that it happened at around 3:40 a.m. near the intersection of I-35 and Old Bastrop Highway.

Preliminary police reports indicate that 19-year-old Teniente was walking in the area when he attempted to cross the southbound lanes I-35 when he crossed paths with an oncoming vehicle. Neither he nor the driver avoided the incident in time, resulting in a collision.

Teniente sustained critical injuries from which he reportedly died before EMS could arrive. No other injuries occurred.

Police did not report any particular factors contributing to the accident. Their investigations are ongoing.

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