Fresno car accident puts pedestrian in critical condition
An unidentified pedestrian sustained critical injuries after being hit by a speeding car in central Fresno, The Fresno Bee reported on June 18.
According to Fresno Police Department’s Sergeant Mike Smith, the car did not stop after colliding with the pedestrian, who had been attempting to cross the street near the intersection of McKinley and Normal avenues at around 9:45 p.m. The vehicle was thought to be a white or silver sedan.
The police said they were not able to gather descriptions of the driver involved in the incident. They continued conducting an investigation of the surrounding areas. The vicinity was closed off until the investigation concluded. The police encouraged anyone who might have information about the accident to contact them by calling Crime Stoppers at 498-STOP.
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