Pedestrian Struck And Killed Friday Night

January 16, 2021

A pedestrian was struck and killed Friday night in Escambia County.

It happened about 8:30 p.m. on Texar Driver east of North Tarragona Street. The Florida Highway Patrol said the driver of a pickup truck did not see the 48-year old female pedestrian in the roadway. The pedestrian was transported to Baptist Hospital where she later succumbed to her injuries.

The driver of the pickup truck was not injured.

The FHP did not release identifies.

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One Response to “Pedestrian Struck And Killed Friday Night”

  1. James Dennis on January 16th, 2021 11:59 pm

    This area is very bad. It seems like all the pedestrians want to dart in and out of traffic not in the crosswalks here. I understand you’re homeless and need to cross but please please please use the crosswalk at night. When I drive through I cannot see you at night along the dark areas. With all the building LED lighting and cars now having LED lights it is extremely difficult to see some one in the road especially if they darte out in front of your car. It becomes nearly impossible to see someone when its raining. I hope the FHP or ESO take this into consideration when looking at the scene.





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