Pedestrian Injured in Seventh Street Accident
Oakland, CA (October 30, 2021)– On Thursday, a woman sustained critical injuries in a Seventh Street pedestrian accident.
The fatal accident occurred at 9:03 p.m. in the 100 block area, about two blocks from the Lake Merritt BART station.
Officers said an eastbound Chevrolet truck driver was crossing Madison Street.
Suddenly, the female pedestrian walked into the road outside of a crosswalk.
The driver had a green light and accidentally struck the woman, who was immediately taken to a hospital afterward.
Police have not yet determined whether drugs or alcohol played a role in the accident.
Please call the Police Department’s traffic investigation unit at (510) 777-8570 if you have details about this incident.
Always pay attention whenever you are on the road. Do your best to avoid accidents. Also, make sure that you are following the correct driving speed.
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