Dwayne Haskins was tragically killed by a truck while walking down a Florida roadway. In the initial aftermath of the Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback’s death, details were limited. However, more information is gradually becoming available.
According to a crash report acquired by TMZ Sports, Dwayne Haskins’ body was hit by two vehicles in the accident that took his life earlier this month. Investigators believe a Subaru Outback “partially” struck Haskins’ body after he was hit by a dump truck in the middle of a Broward County highway in the early morning hours of April 9th.
Officials produced a schematic of the accident, illustrating what they believe were the two spots when the vehicles collided with late player. According to the documents, a witness said a third vehicle was also involved.
Authorities also said Haskins died on the spot from his injuries and was pronounced dead barely minutes after being hit. According to investigators, both drivers came to a halt shortly after colliding with the football player. They also noted in the documents that neither driver had been tested for alcohol and drugs.
Officials did not explain why Haskins was walking down the busy highway before he was hit. According to the documents, a final Traffic Homicide Investigation is still underway. Dwayne had claimed he was on foot in search of gas after his car ran out, according to Kalabrya Haskins.
Our thoughts continue going out to Haskins’ entire family during this tragic time.
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