Bridgeport – Train Station Pedestrian Crash
A minor was struck by a vehicle in Bridgeport Monday afternoon.
At around 2:10 p.m., authorities received reports of a pedestrian crash in the vicinity of 525 Water Street or just in front of the train station. A child was reportedly hit by a passing vehicle. The victim sustained injuries and was immediately tended to by responding EMS personnel. There is no word yet on the involvement of hit-and-run, DUI, or other factors. Officials are still investigating the case. This story will be updated when more info is released.
Pedestrian crashes can be caused by a myriad of factors, and investigators are expected to look at all possibilities so that liable individuals can be accurately identified. That said, we have options at our disposal if ever we are involved in similar scenarios. Consulting legal experts is always recommended. They can identify avenues we can pursue that could help us recover from these unfortunate events.
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