Man in Critical Condition After Crash on McKinley and Cedar Intersection [Fresno, CA]

Man in Critical Condition after Crash on McKinley and Cedar Intersection [Fresno, CA]

Man in Critical Condition After Crash on McKinley and Cedar Intersection [Fresno, CA]

Man in Critical Condition After Crash on McKinley and Cedar Intersection [Fresno, CA]


 

Driver Ran a Red Light, Struck Male Pedestrian at McKinley and Cedar Intersection

 
Fresno, CA (September 25, 2020) – A pedestrian versus vehicle crash occurred at McKinley and Cedar intersection on Thursday night in Fresno.
 
The pedestrian accident took place on September 24 around 8 p.m. at the intersection of McKinley and Cedar.
 
According to a report from Fresno police, the male pedestrian was in the right of way crossing the intersection. Then, the driver hit the man after running a red light.
 
Due to the impact of the crash, the man suffered a serious head injury and was in a critical condition.
 
Meanwhile, Fresno police said that the driver involved stayed on the scene for the investigation. However, it is still unclear whether alcohol or drugs were a factor in the pedestrian accident.
 
Further details were not immediately available.
 
It is vital to never drive when drunk and to always be alert for pedestrians and bicyclists. This is especially true when you are driving in the city, especially when you are driving through a parking lot, a busy intersection, or a residential area. An unforeseen accident can be avoided by following the traffic laws and being cautious of the road ahead. Such actions can also ensure the safety of everyone.


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