St. Augustine, FL (March 31, 2019) - A pedestrian was hospitalized after being struck by a vehicle on Saturday, March 30th. The incident in question took place around 9:45 p.m. on Woodhaven Road, near Lewis Speedway.
The pedestrian, who has not been identified, was walking along Woodhaven when he was struck by the car. There is no information on the car or the driver at this time. Police have also not released any details on how the crash occurred. The pedestrian sustained critical, life-threatening injuries and was rushed to Memorial Hospital for treatment. There is no word on whether the pedestrian was in a crosswalk at the time of the collision.
No additional details have been released.
Being involved in a pedestrian accident is a possibly life-changing event. Many pedestrians who have been struck by vehicles will find themselves in the hospital dealing with serious and catastrophic injuries. These injuries may have the potential to result in long-term treatment which can be expensive, painful and time-consuming. The cost to you can be enormous.
When you find yourself in this situation, our Florida pedestrian accident attorneys at Rubenstein Law can help. We have served injured Floridians since 1988 and we know what needs to be done to obtain the compensation you deserve. We are here 24/7 for your convenience. To schedule your free consultation, please call us at 1-800 FL-Legal.
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