Tyler Police Launch Investigation into Fatal Auto-Pedestrian Wreck

A pedestrian was struck and killed by a vehicle along a Tyler, Texas highway late Wednesday night according to police.

Authorities said the fatal collision occurred around 11:50 p.m. on Chandler Highway near the intersection with Morgan Avenue. Responding officers found the unidentified victim deceased upon arrival at the scene.

Tyler Police investigating fatal auto-pedestrian wreck

The vehicle involved was reported to be a grey SUV. It remains unclear if the driver will face any charges as the investigation continues into the circumstances.

Multiple emergency vehicles responded, closing the roadway for a period overnight as crews worked the troubling scene. By early Thursday morning, Chandler Highway had been reopened.

While details are still limited, the loss of life serves as a stark reminder about pedestrian safety along busy highways at night. Police have not speculated on precise factors that may have contributed to the roadway fatality as they continue probing the events.

For the community, news of such tragedies elicits collective heartbreak over a life ended abruptly in a moment of misfortune on a local thoroughfare. As investigators search for answers, a family is left to mourn their cherished loved one.

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