In addition to the 911 calls, Florida Highway Patrol also released a traffic crash incident that indicated Haskins was struck by a second vehicle after the dump truck made initial contact.
RELATED: NFL quarterback Dwayne Haskins hit and killed by dump truck in Florida
According to the Florida Highway Patrol, Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Dwayne Haskins was walking on a "limited access facility (highway/expressway) for unknown reasons" around 6:37 a.m. The FHP said he was attempting to cross westbound lanes of Interstate 595 when he was hit by a dump truck. He was pronounced dead at the scene, per the FHP, and traffic homicide investigators were on the scene.
The highway patrol added that there are live-feed cameras near the scene, but footage is not recorded and that the dump truck driver stayed on the scene following the accident and no arrests have been made.
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