Person Seriously Injured in Loop 323 Hit-and-Run Collision [Tyler, TX]

Person Seriously Injured in Loop 323 Hit-and-Run Collision [Tyler, TX]

Tyler PD Investigates Traffic Incident on 34th Street

Tyler, TX (March 4, 2023) – At about Friday midnight, a person sustained serious injuries following a Loop 323 hit-and-run collision.

According to authorities, the victim was at the side of the road changing a flat tire when the suspect driver side-swiped him with his vehicle near the intersection with 34th. 

A pedestrian found the victim and reported it to the authorities.

Responding officers found a vehicle that has damages consisting of that of the victim’s vehicle and the description of the crash about a mile apart from the initial crash location. 

Later on, Tyler PD identified the suspect and is working on a warrant for the suspect’s arrest on an accident involving an injury or death charge.

Traffic Accidents Are a Serious Matter

Traffic safety continues to be a life-and-death matter, yet reckless driving has not been in decline. As a matter of fact, the Texas Department of Transportation states that approximately every two hours, one person is killed in a vehicle accident.

Moreover, sharing the road is a shared responsibility. It is essential to keep an eye out for those who are on the road with you.


How Roadways in Texas are Evolving

Regardless of location, road accident rates increase despite the additional safety features on newer vehicle models.

Traffic mishaps like the Loop 323 hit-and-run collision are a major public health threat and a leading cause of death for people ages 5-64.

Therefore, we must be aware of what to do if we sustain injuries in a motor vehicle accident similar to this one.

Moreover, experiencing pain and difficulties because of other people’s negligence is a big no to us. That is why we encourage you to contact us in the event of an accident much like the traffic incident on 34th Street.

Sweet Lawyers’ personal injury attorneys will find the most favorable possible outcome for our clients. We will achieve the justice and compensation you and your family deserve.

Call us at (800) 674 7852.

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