• June 06, 2017

Fernando Alvizo Killed in Accident on SH 206 in Cross Plains, TX

Cross Plains, TX -- 34-year-old Fernando Alvizo was killed in a collision between a passenger vehicle and a pedestrian Sunday, June 4, 2017.

Mr. Alvizo was walking along SH 206 around 5:37 a.m. when the incident happened. According to reports, Mr. Alvizo was struck by a vehicle driven by Andrew Davis Campbell Jr. Mr. Alvizo was killed at the scene of the incident.

The official investigation into the crash is ongoing and may reveal more details as it concludes.

It's unclear exactly what occurred in the collision.

The report makes no mention of other injuries in the deadly incident that claimed Mr. Alvizo's life.

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Commentary

There are few details about this accident in early media reports. Without a more thorough, subjective investigation, it's difficult to say what led to the deadly incident. In vehicle vs. pedestrian accidents, there are a few details that may influence the outcome of a case. Where was the victim in relation to the roadway at the time of the crash? Was the victim on a sidewalk? A bike or pedestrian lane? Again, we can't say exactly what occurred in this accident until a more in-depth investigation takes place. What may seem like minutiae has a huge impact on how vehicle vs. pedestrian accidents play out.

--Grossman Law Offices

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