Pedestrian Struck In Mpls. Taken To Hospital

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A pedestrian was taken to Hennepin County Medical Center after being struck in Minneapolis.

According to police, a 25-year-old man was struck Friday morning while trying to cross the street in the vicinity of Stevens and Franklin avenues.

The driver stopped and the pedestrian was taken to the hospital.

Police said he was in serious or critical condition. His identity was not released.

  • Real Talk

    See…..was it really that effin hard to stop Mrs Sensor??

  • Allen W Stockman

    I don’t know the situation but I have other comments.
    People walking across the street when the semaphore is Red – walking across the street in the middle of a block also – is a real problem in Mpls. The other day I was traveling on Olson Hwy towards downtown and I noticed two gentlemen walking across the west bound lane at Oliver. One of the gentlemen walked real fast to get in front of me I had to swerve out of the way as not to hit him.

  • Sonya

    I walked by this incident on my way to the bus stop this morning just as the ambulance pulled up. It was horrific and needless to say and for a shocking lack of a better word, upsetting. I have been hoping all day that this guy makes it through. He hit the windshield with his head. It’s dark in this specific section of Franklin and vision is limited – the medics were working in the light of the headlights of the vehicles and the flashing fire-truck lights. An accident is an accident – it made no difference where or when this unfortunate victim was crossing the road (had he been on a bicycle with a legal lane to himself, he could have just as easily been hit). I can’t imagine what the driver is feeling right now…I just hope I check back to this site and they’ve updated that he’s okay.

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