Two People Killed After Being Struck By Car in Bryan

By: Bryan Police Press Release
By: Bryan Police Press Release

BRYAN 10AM UPDATE: Bryan PD says their preliminary investigation revealed that the two pedestrians were walking down the center Highway 21. The two victims have been identified as 45-year-old Glenn Crawford, of Bryan, and 25-year-old Shaina Sanders, of Oklahoma. Bryan Police say that Sanders had ties to Bryan. Investigators also said the conditions were dark, wet, and raining which diminished visibility for the driver who struck the pedestrians.

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8:45AM UPDATE: Highway 21 is now back open.

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8AM UPDATE: Roadway is still closed. Drivers should avoid the area of SH 21 between the McDonalds and American Legion Hall as the roadway is shutdown. Bryan PD anticipatea the roadway opening around 9 a.m.

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On Thursday October 31, 2013 at 4:45am Bryan Police Officers responded the 2500 block of SH 21 near Maple for an Auto Pedestrian Accident.

A White Truck was traveling eastbound in the inside lane when the vehicle struck two pedestrians in the roadway.

The two pedestrians, a male and female, were pronounced dead at the scene.

The Bryan Criminal Investigation Unit, Traffic Safety Unit, and Crime Scene are currently working the accident.

We ask that all motorists avoid the area between Tabor Road and North Earl Rudder as both eastbound and westbound traffic is shut down.

At this time the identity of the deceased is being withheld pending identification of the deceased and notification of next of kin.


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