El Paso County Sheriff’s Office Responds To Deadly Pedestrian Accident In Clint

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EPCSO confirmed on Wednesday that deputies from the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office are on the scene of a fatal pedestrian accident in Clint.

Our crew confirmed that a body was found near a truck on Alameda Ave between Brown and McKinney Streets.

According to sheriff’s detectives, the pedestrian failed to yield to oncoming automobiles. The identification of the person whose corpse was discovered near a truck in the 12900 block of Alameda Avenue between Brown and McKinney Streets has not been published.
A pedestrian was struck by a motorist who came to a halt and offered assistance.

According to sheriff’s detectives, the pedestrian failed to yield to oncoming automobiles.
The pedestrian’s identity has not been revealed.

According to the Texas Department of Transportation, Alameda was closed from McKinney to Langford Street while officers investigated, but the area is now clean.

According to a press statement from EPSCO, the victim was struck by a vehicle who did stop to help.

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The driver of the car remained at the site, according to deputies, and assisted the victim. However, the victim died as a result of the accident’s injuries.
Officials say the pedestrian failed to yield to cars on the street after an inquiry.

According to TxDOT, Alameda was closed from McKinney to Langford Street as deputies investigated, but the area is now clear.

This item has been modified to reflect that the driver stayed at the accident scene.

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