A Kenyan Man Dies after Getting Hit by a Car on I-30 in Dallas, Texas

A Kenyan man was killed in Dallas, Texas early Monday morning after he was struck by a car on Interstate 30. Kennedy Omoke Nyakeriga, 39, was hit by a car as he walked on the highway entrance ramp near Dalrock Road.

A motorist driving a Jaguar told police he did not see Nyakeriga until it was too late, and tried to veer his vehicle away from Nyakeriga but ended up hitting him.

Nyakeriga was rushed to Lake Pointe Medical Center in Rowlett, Texas with severe injuries and was pronounced dead around 1:51am.

Police say no charges are expected for the driver.

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