Pedestrian Hit on Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard at West Bryan Street in Savannah, Georgia
SAVANNAH, GA — According to an online news report at underthegeorgiasun.com, a woman pedestrian, aged sixty two, was hit while she was trying to go across a busy Savannah roadway.*
According to the Savannah Police Department’s Traffic Investigation Unit, the woman sustained serious injuries in the accident. This occurred at around 6:00 p.m. on Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard at West Bryan Street.
Pursuant to an initial investigation, a man, aged thirty two, was operating a 2010 Honda Fit where he was attempting to make a left turn from West Bryan Street on the southerly lane of Martin Luther King Boulevard. At this point, his vehicle hit the woman as she was going across Martin Luther King Boulevard from an easterly direction to a westerly direction.
It is not clear as to the woman’s condition at this time. It is also not clear whether charges will be filed in this case. The accident remains under investigation. There are no further details on the accident.
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