Pedestrian Killed In Early Morning Crash

 

ABILENE, TX – A Lubbock man was killed in Abilene early Saturday morning in a fatal crash involving a pedestrian.

According to the Abilene Police Department, 30-year-old Nicholas Mills of Abilene was driving along the Winters Fwy when he struck 24-year-old Mark Burrow of Lubbock around 1:45 a.m.

Mills left the scene and called police stating he believed he had struck a person with his vehicle. When Abilene Police Department responded to the area, they found Burrow's body deceased near Southwest Drive and the southbound side of the Winters Fwy. near the on ramp.

Mills was later located at his home in the Lytle South area. He was subsequently arrested and charged with second-degree felony intoxicated manslaughter and second-degree felony failure to stop and render aid.

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