Pedestrian Injured After Hit by Vehicle in Panama City Beach, Florida
PANAMA CITY BEACH, FL. – According to a news story reported online by mypanhandle.com, a pedestrian was injured after being hit by a vehicle in Panama City Beach, Florida. The pedestrian is from Missouri, and the driver is from Alabama. Both have been identified by authorities.*
The accident happened during the evening on Front Beach Road in Panama City Beach. At approximately 6:20 p.m., a woman was walking across Front Beach Road near the Waffle House. She was walking north and was then hit by a westbound 2002 Nissan Xterra.
It is not clear if the woman was walking in a crosswalk or if a marked crosswalk was in the nearby area. The cause of the crash has not yet been reported. Authorities did not make any determinations as to which person was at fault, and they did not identify any contributing factors in the case.
The pedestrian was injured in the accident, and first responders transported her to Bay Medical Sacred Heart for emergency care. The nature of her injuries and her current medical status were not reported. Officials identified the pedestrian as Ms. Bricker, of Kansas City, Missouri. Bricker’s age was not reported.
It appears the driver of the Nissan remained at the scene after the accident. Authorities said the driver was Ms. Radcliff, of Birmingham, Alabama. Radcliff’s age was also not reported. It does not appear that Radcliff sustained any injuries in the collision.
The Panama City Beach Police Department is still in the process of investigating, and officers have not reported further information at this time. No information was released about possible charges.
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