The City of Fort Worth is reeling from a deadly month on city roads after police investigate their fourth auto-pedestrian collision since early February, according to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
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Fort Worth police officers arrived at the 1700 block of Northeast Loop 820 westbound at 5 a.m. March 3 to find 27-year-old Lauren Hanohano of Arlington dead at the scene.
Investigators determined Hanohano was walking across the freeway when a vehicle fatally struck him.
Hanohano is the latest person killed on Fort Worth roads. Previously, on Feb. 27, 2018, Robert Graves of Waco died after being struck by a Waste Management truck. Investigators said Graves left his vehicle and tried walking across the 6000 block of the North Freeway when he was struck and killed.
Just three days before on Feb. 24, 2018, 15-year-old Chase Rinna of Westworth Village died as he was walking on the eastbound side of Interstate 30 near Summit Avenue. Police said the driver of the vehicle that struck him stopped and called first responders for help.
The first auto-pedestrian collision occurred on Feb. 5, 2018. Veda Vela Star Nes, a 64-year-old woman, was struck and killed by a gray or white Dodge Durango while walking alongside the freeway service road, police said.
That collision occurred about 10:40 p.m. on the northbound side of the freeway, police said.
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