Student Injured in Penn State Campus Auto-Pedestrian Crash
State College, Pennsylvania (September 8, 2017) – A student was injured after being struck by a vehicle in Penn State Campus, State College on Thursday afternoon.
According to Penn State Police, the accident happened at about 12:20 p.m. September 7, on Curtin road near the Berkey Creamery.
The police confirmed that the student was struck by a white Jeep. The driver of the vehicle remained at the scene after the accident.
Details on the crash, however, were not released pending the conclusion of an investigation.
The crash led to temporary closure of the road between Bigler and Shortlidge roads.
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