LIVERMORE, CA - Man Injured in Pedestrian Crash at Manning Road and Highland Road

LIVERMORE, CA – Man Injured in Pedestrian Crash at Manning Road and Highland Road

Morning Pedestrian Accident on Manning Road in Livermore

LIVERMORE, CA (November 25, 2018) – A man was injured following a pedestrian crash Sunday morning at an intersection in Livermore, CHP officials said.
The crash happened around 8:47 a.m. on westbound Manning Road, just East of Highland Road.
According to the California Highway Patrol, a male pedestrian was struck by a blue Honda Odyssey for unknown reasons. When officers arrived on the scene, the victim was found bleeding on the roadway.
The extent of injuries sustained was not immediately available but the patient was taken to a hospital for proper treatment and further evaluation.
It is unknown if charges has been filed and liability has not yet been determined. The incident is still under investigation.
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