Multiple automobile versus pedestrian accidents occur in OKC

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OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Law enforcement responded to multiple automobile versus pedestrian accidents across the metro area on Tuesday.

A woman was hit by a car at Southwest 74th and Western.

She was rushed to the hospital and is said to be in fair condition with leg injuries.

The driver told police she didn’t see the woman crossing the four-lane roadway.

Another person was rushed to the hospital after being hit by a car.

It happened near Penn and Memorial.

According to the police report, a vehicle was pulling out to get onto Memorial.

While looking to see if traffic, the driver pulled forward hitting something.

When the driver looked back they could see someone lying on the ground.

The driver stopped and the victim reported being hit by the bumper and having her arm run over. She was transported to the hospital.

Around the same time, another vehicle versus pedestrian accident happened a few blocks away near Northwest 122nd and Portland in which a construction worker was hit. The driver stayed at the scene and cooperated with police.

The construction worker’s injuries appear minor.

Correction 11/07/19: It was first reported the collision near Penn and Memorial may have been a hit and run. It was determined *not* be a hit-and-run once the police report was released. 

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