Lubbock, TX (4/6/2020) – A woman is now dead after a deadly auto-pedestrian accident in Lubbock early Sunday morning.
The accident happened on East Slaton Highway around 2 a.m. when a vehicle headed eastbound collided into 68-year-old pedestrian Dorothy Nash.
Nash was pronounced deceased at the scene.
Crash investigators will review all factors that may have led up to the accident and police reports will be made available in fourteen days.
Unfortunately, pedestrians are at a disadvantage when it comes to personal safety on the streets of Houston. Motorists frequently fail to see pedestrians on or alongside busy roads, and it only takes a second for a serious accident to occur.
Pedestrian accidents are most likely to occur when:
- Carless drivers ignore the presence of pedestrians in pedestrian-friendly areas such as parking lots or school zones;
- Pedestrians cross the street without the aid of a signal or crosswalk;
- Motorists fail to turn on their headlights at night; and
- Drivers fail to yield the right-of-way at intersections.
If you or a loved one were involved in a pedestrian accident in Houston or the surrounding areas, the experienced personal injury lawyers at Sutliff & Stout can help. For a complimentary consultation about your case, contact us today. We are dedicated to providing our clients with zealous representation that yields results.
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