Police probe casino pedestrian death
The investigation into the circumstances surrounding the death of a pedestrian found his hands were clenched and he was struggling as he tried to remove a cellphone from his pockets, according to a statement from police.
Police said on Saturday they believed the d울산출장안마eath was not a suicide.
Rolando Sanchez was struck and killed by a car Friday near the Pecos Casino near downtown Dallas, police said.
Sanchez was walking north o창원안마n E. Lincoln Blvd. south of U.S. 60 about 2:50 p.m. when a car struck him as he was walking away from the casino, police said.
At the time of the collision, Sanchez was carrying a cell phone with him, police said. The accident left him hanging by a car seat.
Sanchez was pronounced dead at the scene, police said.
No passengers were in the car at the time, but officers and medical personnel on scene recovered a cellphone from Sanchez, a Dallas police detective who attended Saturday’s investigation told KTRK.
Sanchez had gone to work about 10 a.m., the detective said.
The driver of the car, an unidentified man, was not injured, police said.
Witnesses told authorities Sanchez was struggling to open the door of the car door when the car ran a red ligh블랙 잭t and smashed into a pole, said Lt. Rick Smith, a police spokesman.
Witnesses said that’s when Sanchez collapsed and was unable to be pulled from the seat by the driver, Smith said.