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El Paso—Nashville Pedestrian Crash Injures 1

Posted on Wednesday, February 13th, 2019 at 2:22 am    

A pedestrian collision involving a train injured at least one person in Central El Paso neighborhood, a local news source reports.

According to initial reports, the crash took place at the 3900 block of Nashville Avenue, which is near Dyer Street and in the Austin High School neighborhood. Police officers arrived at the scene after they were alerted at around 2:00 p.m.

How the crash exactly happened remains unknown but it was determined that one person sustained minor injuries from the force of impact. The pedestrian, who was identified only as a man, refused treatment.

No other injuries were reported.

The crash remains under investigation.

We would like to express our deepest sympathies to the friends and families of the injured victim. We pray for their full recovery as we hope that the El Paso Police Department will do everything to bring those responsible to justice.

Accidents involving vehicles are extremely prevalent in Texas. According to the Texas Department of Transportation, one person is getting injured in approximately two minutes. Unfortunately, despite the government’s aggressive efforts to educate drivers about safety, the cases of speeding, driving under the influence, and negligence are still on the rise. In fact, most of the common causes of accidents in the state are due to the driver’s lack of awareness and precaution.
Knowing the statistics helps us to be more aware of how our choices can affect other people’s lives. For instance, driving while under the influence of alcohol and illegal drugs dramatically increases your risk of being involved in a crash by roughly 16% and 24%, respectively. While these cases are extremely dangerous, these can be prevented by making the right decisions. So before hitting the road, know that car accidents leave scars and trauma that can be devastating for the victims. For this reason, it is important that you take all the necessary precautions to avoid it.


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