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Female Pedestrian Injured in Collision on Interstate 880 [Oakland, CA]

Female Pedestrian Injured in Collision on Interstate 880 [Oakland, CA]

Female Pedestrian Injured in Collision on Interstate 880 [Oakland, CA]

Woman Hospitalized after Auto Accident near 29th Avenue in Oakland

 
Oakland, CA (April 7, 2020) -Tuesday afternoon, a female pedestrian sustained severe injuries in a collision on Interstate 880 .
 
California Highway Patrol first received reports of the accident around 6:15 p.m., on April 7. First responders arrived in the northbound lanes of I-880 near 29th Avenue.
 
Moreover, officers revealed that the female was located down on a roadway upon arrival.
 
Meanwhile, a white Ford F-250 pickup-truck was stopped in the center divider.
 
An ambulance arrived and immediately transported the woman to a nearby hospital for further treatment. However, there has been no update on her current condition.
 
Officers later issued a Sig-alert at 6:24 p.m., closing the Nos. 3 and 4 lanes. They then canceled the alert and re-opened to the traffic by 6:40 p.m.
 
Anyone who witnessed the crash may call the CHP’s non-emergency hotline at 800-835-5247.
 
Whether you are a driver or pedestrian, it is your responsibility to follow all laws. For example, pedestrians must stay in marked crosswalks where they are present, and drivers must be vigilant of others around at all times. By doing so, you can help to ensure the safety of yourself and others around.


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