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Serious Pedestrian Accident in Clinton Township, Michigan (MI)

December 22, 2020

CLINTON TOWNSHIP, MI - According to an online news report published on, a pedestrian is listed in critical medical condition after a serious pedestrian accident in Clinton Township, Michigan.*

The pedestrian accident occurred on Saturday evening at approximately 5:30 p.m.  Clinton Township police officers reported that a 52-year-old man was hit by a pickup truck, while he was attempting to cross a street.  The pedestrian accident occurred close to the intersection of Harper and Cottrell avenues, by I-94.  

The pickup truck driver turned onto eastbound Cottrell Avenue from Harper Avenue.  The victim was walking in the crosswalk when he was struck.  Police stated that the victim fell over, struck his head, and sustained a severe head injury.  The victim of the pedestrian accident is list in critical medical condition at the hospital.  

Police stated the pickup truck driver, a 53-year-old Clinton Township man, immediately stopped and rendered aid to the victim.  The investigators stated that drugs, alcohol, or speeding were not a factor that caused the accident. The pedestrian accident is currently under investigation. 

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