Pedestrian Tragically Dies in Late-Night Panama City, Florida Accident
PANAMA CITY, FL – According to an online news report at mypanhandle.com, a person tragically died in a late-night accident.*
A male pedestrian tragically died in a late-night accident at the intersection of Beck Avenue and Highway 98. The crash happened late last week. According to police, a Dodge Caravan was traveling eastbound when a pedestrian went into the roadway during heavy rain. The driver of the Dodge was unable to avoid striking the man. As a result, the man died at the scene of the accident.
The identification of the victim has not yet been released by police. The accident remains under investigation at this time. It is not clear whether charges will be filed against the driver. There are no further details on the accident at this time.
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