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Cedar Park Police Investigating Fatal Auto-Pedestrian Crash
Cedar Park, Texas
   
 
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911Quest Parkway
Cedar Park, Texas
Sean Mannix, Chief of Police
MEDIA ALERT

For Immediate Release
November 6, 2019


Cedar Park Police Investigating Fatal Auto-Pedestrian Crash

The Cedar Park Police Department is investigating a fatal auto-pedestrian accident.  

On Monday, November 4th at approximately 1:48 pm, officers responded to a call of a vehicle versus pedestrian accident in the parking lot of 201 Walton Way.
 
Upon arrival, the pedestrian was awake but unresponsive and transported to a nearby hospital.
On the morning of Tuesday, November 5th, we were informed the pedestrian, Juanita Lopez (DOB: 3/25/1946) passed away at the hospital.

Based on our initial investigation, we believe this was a slow speed accident. However, the incident remains under investigation at this time.

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