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Pedestrian Injured in Car Crash on White and Jackson Avenues [Fresno, CA]

Pedestrian Injured in Car Crash on White and Jackson Avenues [Fresno, CA]

Pedestrian Injured in Car Crash on White and Jackson Avenues [Fresno, CA]

Pedestrian Seriously Injured in Car Crash on White and Jackson Avenues in Fresno

 
Fresno, CA (November 26, 2020) – Thursday night, a homeless person sustained a leg injury after a pedestrian crash on White and Jackson Avenues.
 
Moreover, police say the driver suffered a stroke while driving, which led him to run over a homeless person’s legs.
 
The accident happened just before 9:30 p.m. on November 26.
 
Police say after hitting the pedestrian, the vehicle collided with a wall surrounding a water treatment pump station.
 
The victim suffered severe injuries.
 
No other information is immediately available.

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