auto pedestrian

Auto-Ped Fatality Crash NE Loop 820 – PR 17-16

 

NEWS RELEASE                  For Immediate Release

North Richland Hills officers are currently investigating an auto pedestrian fatality crash resulting from a shoplifting suspect struggling with and fleeing from officers.

On September 3, 2017 at approximately 5:00 PM, North Richland Hills Police were dispatched to 6401 NE Loop 820, Walmart, for a report of a shoplifting in progress.  The suspect, an adult white male, left the area on foot and attempted to hide in the parking lot when officers arrived on scene. The suspect fled towards the access road of NE Loop 820, where he began to resist officers.  The suspect again started to flee and attempted to cross the 6400 block of NE Loop 820, where a vehicle struck him.  Officers immediately began administering CPR and emergency aid until paramedics arrived on scene.  The suspect was transported to JPS Hospital by ground ambulance, where he succumbed to his injuries.  No officers or other citizens were injured during the incident.
The identity of the suspect involved will be withheld at this time, pending further investigation and notification of the suspect’s family regarding the fatality.​

Carissa Katekaru

Media Relations Coordinator/Public Information Officer

PR 17-16

Phone: (817) 427-7076

E-Mail: ckatekaru@nrhtx.com

 

Auto Ped Accident PR 17-08

Carissa Katekaru PR 17-08

Media Relations Coordinator/Public Information Officer

Phone: (817) 427-7076

E-Mail: ckatekaru@nrhtx.com

NEWS RELEASE                                                                       For Immediate Release

On Monday April 10, 2017, at approximately 4:25 AM, officers were dispatched to the area of 7200 Rufe Snow Drive reference an auto-pedestrian accident.  Arriving officers observed a woman in the roadway with visible injuries.  The vehicle that had struck the woman was also on scene.  Medical personnel determined the female’s injuries required immediate transport via helicopter.

The evidence possibly suggests the woman entered the roadway when it was unsafe to do so and was struck by the vehicle. The investigation is still ongoing at this time, but there is nothing to suggest there will be any criminal charges related to the incident.

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