IH-35 northbound in San Marcos reopens after deadly auto-pedestrian collision Monday morning

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Northbound IH-35 is closed in San Marcos after an auto-pedestrian collision near Uhland Road. Authorities say the freeway could be closed for several hours. (KXAN photo/Todd Bailey)

SAN MARCOS, Texas (KXAN) — Northbound lanes of Interstate 35 have reopened authorities say after a deadly auto-pedestrian collision around 6:10 a.m. closed the freeway Monday morning north of Uhland Road in San Marcos.

San Marcos authorities said after a preliminary investigation, the pedestrian crossing the road appeared to be hit by several vehicles. No charges are expected to be filed for the drivers who hit the pedestrian.

Authorities confirmed the identity of the deceased as Bonnie Terraciano, 46, of Austin.

This is the 12th traffic fatality in San Marcos, authorities said.

San Marcos Police Chief Chase Stapp said the freeway is back open after crews cleared the scene.

Stapp tweeted about the initial closure just after 7 a.m., shortly after TxDot alerted commuters about the crash.

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