Pedestrian Struck and Injured on Philadelphia Pike in Claymont Delaware

Claymont Man Struck and Injured in Claymont Pedestrian Crash on Philadelphia Pike

Claymont Pedestrian Crash

Pedestrian Struck and Injured on Philadelphia Pike in Claymont Delaware

Claymont, Delaware (August 13, 2017) – A pedestrian was critically injured after being hit by a car on Philadelphia Pike Friday evening.

Delaware State Police say that the incident occurred at around  9:50 p.m. August 11, in the left turn lane approaching Harvey Road in Claymont.

A 22-year-old Pennsylvanian woman from Chester area was driving a 2010 Mazda sedan southbound when she struck the pedestrian.

Police reports show that a 48-year-old Claymont man was standing in the middle of the turn lane when he was hit.

He was transported by ambulance to Christiana Hospital, Stanton.

The driver of the Mazda was not injured.

The identity of the man is being withheld pending notification of the family.

Police say the man was at fault for failing to cross at a marked crosswalk and failing to carry a light.

If you are involved in an accident that was caused by negligence, it is recommended that you take the case to court. A personal injury attorney will then help you navigate the complex legal system. At Edelstein Martin & Nelson – Wilmington, we have over forty years of experience pursuing compensations for clients for damages including personal injuries and even wrongful deaths. We are dedicated to protecting the rights of our clients and ensuring they receive the full compensation they are entitled. Give us a call today at (888)-208-8864 and let us lend a hand.

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