El Paso, TX — July 7, 2018, one person was fatally injured as the result of an accident where a vehicle hit them while they were walking on Dyer Street.
Officials with the El Paso Police Department reported that the fatal accident happened at around 12:15 a.m. at the intersection of Dyer Street and Hayes Avenue.
The exact events leading up to the fatal collision are still unclear. Police did not say where exactly the pedestrian was in relation to the roadway, who had the right-of-way. or whether or not they plan to file charges.
The names of the deceased and the driver are currently unavailable. Authorities continue to investigate the incident.
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