Posted on behalf of Stephens, Anderson & Cummings on Oct 27, 2014 in Auto Accidents
A senseless car accident left Flower Mound students and parents grieving the loss of a beloved community figure on Monday when they discovered youth swimming coach Kyle Tilley had been killed the day before.
On Oct. 26, at approximately 11:40 p.m., Tilley’s car was struck by a vehicle from behind. According to authorities, 26-year-old Tilley died on the scene and his passenger was airlifted to Medical Center of Plano for treatment.
Tilley worked for Lakeside Aquatic Club and was also a substitute teacher at Flower Mound High School. His parents were notified by state troopers that his involvement in the accident did not implicate him in any wrongdoing. In fact, Tilley’s accident is still under investigation.
Officials say that, while an accident cause has not been determined, Tilley was likely the victim of a road rage incident that involved two teenage drivers cutting each other off repeatedly. Tilley’s vehicle was forced off of the road from the exchange and rolled in a grassy median.
The personal injury lawyers in Fort Worth at Stephens, Anderson & Cummings send our deepest condolences to the Tilley family and to the Flower Mound community.
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