Landscape Worker Killed By Truck In Parking Lot Identified As Matthew Pollison of Titusville

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Christian K. Conley was driver of the truck

Matthew D. Pollison, 25, of Titusville, has been identified by the Titusville police as the victim in the Traffic Homicide on Friday at 1400 North Washington Avenue.

Matthew D. Pollison, 25, of Titusville, has been identified by the Titusville police as the victim in the Traffic Homicide on Friday at 1400 North Washington Avenue.

BREVARD COUNTY • TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA – Matthew D. Pollison, 25, of Titusville, has been identified by the Titusville police as the victim in the Traffic Homicide on Friday at 1400 North Washington Avenue. 

According to TPD, the driver of the vehicle that struck Pollison has been identified as Christian K. Conley, 21, of Titusville.

Titusville police responded to a report of a traffic crash with injuries involving a single vehicle and a worker in the landscaped area of the Temple Baptist Church parking lot Friday morning at around 7:30 a.m.

The investigation has revealed that Pollison was spreading mulch around a tree area when he was struck by a Ford F450 work truck as it was backing up, according to Amy Matthews of the Titusville Police Department.

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Pollison was transported to Parrish Medical Center where he was pronounced dead, said Matthews.

An investigation of the traffic crash homicide is currently being conducted by the Titusville Police Department.

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ABOVE MAP: Titusville Police responded to a report of a traffic crash with injuries involving a single vehicle and a worker in the landscaped area of the Temple Baptist Church parking lot Friday morning at around 7:30 a.m. on 1400 North Washington Avenue.


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