Terry Barnhart Car Accident, Death – A guy who was injured early on Saturday morning is believed to have been run over by a car, which has been cited as the cause of his death. According to a news statement that was distributed by the Kennewick Police Department, someone who knew the victim called the police at 4:02 in the morning to report that the victim was not responding to their queries or instructions. This information was included in the announcement.
In the 2600 block of West 4th Avenue, the man, who has been named as Terry Barnhart and is 32 years old, was discovered resting on the sidewalk next to his bicycle. He had been there for some time. According to the findings of the inquiry, the police now believe that Barnhart was hit by a vehicle that continued on without coming to a stop. It was discovered that he had died at the location where he was found.
It is believed that the person who called 911 told the responders that they would lock the bike and then left the spot before the police officers arrived. These details came from the Korean Police Department. The blue spray paint that was recently painted on the mountain bike, which is required as evidence for the investigation despite the fact that the police believe the individual who did it did so in good faith, is necessary as evidence for the investigation. Because of the accident, motorists on both sides of Highway 395 were required to cease moving their vehicles along Fourth Avenue between South Conway Place and South Green Place.