By | October 8, 2021

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How Did William Clay Casselman Die? – Cause of Death

A Weber State University police officer hit and killed a 69-year-old pedestrian who was crossing a well-lit street last week.

The man, now identified as William Clay Casselman, was nearly across Washington Boulevard when the traffic light changed, which can be seen in a video released Wednesday by the Weber County attorney’s office. Before he reaches the sidewalk, the officer in a squad car slams into him.

Casselman is thrown several yards in the air.

Casselman was crossing the street at 10:41 p.m. Casselman was hit hard enough that he skidded across the road and ended up a ways into the turn lane across the street, into the next intersection. He died at the scene.

The officer can be seen stopping, turning on the patrol car’s flashing lights and getting out of the car to check on Casselman. The officer and Ogden paramedics tried to revive Casselman.

  • Date of death: September 30, 2021
  • Death Age: 69-year-old
  • Cause of Death : pedestrian vehicle crash

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