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HorseHero08

7/11/2018 12:33:49 AM
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Accident on 18th

Wondering if anyone has any information on what looked like a pedestrian vs vehicle accident in 18th tonight, right by Kulbergs. Looked pretty serious!  
 
Edited by HorseHero08, 2018-07-11 00:41:59

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7/11/2018 7:23:13 AM
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Jan 2017
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It was an older lady in a silver pickup with a water tank in the box, didn't have any awareness and hit a man and his dog walking across the crosswalk (they did not go over the hood or knocked back... they went under..). Police and ambulances were there and responded literally less than a minute from when they were called, he is going to be all right but i don't know about his pet. It looked like a hit going just under the speed limit but she stopped before the back tires went over him.


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