• June 05, 2017

Tekita Marshall Killed in Longview, TX, Pedestrian Accident

Longview, TX -- June 3, 2017, Tekita Marshall was fatally injured as the result of an accident where she was struck by multiple vehicles on the highway.

Longview Police officials reported that the incident took place in the southeast part of town along Texas Highway 149/US 259.

Preliminary investigations indicated that the accident happened at around 9:30 p.m. in the northbound lanes of the highway. According to police, 46-year-old Marshall was reportedly attempting to cross highway lanes on foot.

As she did so, an oncoming vehicle failed to see her in time, striking her and throwing her into the roadway. As she lay in the road, another vehicle also failed to see her, striking her a second time.

Marshall was fatally injured in the accident, and authorities pronounced her dead at the scene.

Police did not report any charges or citations resulting from the accident. Their investigations are ongoing.

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