Harrisburg Auto-Pedestrian Collision on Second Street Leaves One in Critical Condition
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania (August 20, 2017) – A pedestrian is in serious condition after being hit by a car Sunday in Harrisburg, authorities reported.
An officer from Harrisburg Police Traffic Unit said the crash happened Sunday morning, August 20 at Second Street and Chestnut Streets.
The pedestrian sustained injuries and was said to be in serious condition.
Witnesses at the scene said after the crash, the driver parked the vehicle, walked back and saw the victim and then ran away. Police then caught him. The suspect vehicle appeared to be a gray sedan. It had a smashed windshield.
Officers are investing the incident.
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