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Kermit Man Killed in Car-Pedestrian Accident

ECTOR COUNTY, TX (KWES) -

A Kermit man is dead following a car-pedestrian accident in Ector County.

The accident happened late Monday night on State Highway 302, about 9 miles west of Odessa.

DPS Troopers tell NewsWest 9, a 2015 Chevrolet 2500, driven by Jimmy Bray, 64, of Kermit, was traveling west on Highway 302 when a pedestrian walked into the road from the center median.

The pedestrian, Said Escudero, 42, of Kermit, was hit by the vehicle and died at the scene.

No other details about the accident were released.

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