Pedestrian failed to yield right of way in deadly collision in Clint

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EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) – El Paso County Sheriff’s Office (EPCSO) officials released an update Thursday on the deadly collision between a vehicle and a man in Clint from Wednesday evening.

According to EPCSO officials, their investigation revealed that the man that was struck and killed failed to yield the right of way to traffic. The driver who struck the unidentified man, remained on scene to render aid.

The victim’s ID will be released as soon as next of kin are notified.


EPCSO deputies were sent to the 12900 block of Alameda in Clint, about a motor vehicle wreck involving a pedestrian.

When deputies arrived they found the man dead on the scene, and the driver of the vehicle there as well, after trying to render aid to the man.

The surrounding roads were closed for nearly four hours as investigators worked to determine the cause of the crash.

The Sheriff’s Office Special Traffic Investigators continue to work the case, and will provide updates as information warrants.

Investigation revealed the pedestrian had
failed to yield to traffic on the roadway. The identity of the deceased will be released once the next of kin is

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