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Pedestrians Injured After Being Struck by Truck in Midtown Detroit

DETROIT, Mich. -- Three pedestrians were hit and injured by a pickup truck on June 8 in Midtown Detroit, according to the Detroit Free Press.Detroit pedestrian accident lawyers

Officer Dan Donakowski, Detroit police spokesman, told DFP the pedestrians were looking at a Tesla parked on Canfield between Second and Cass at around 5:20 pm when they were struck.

One of the victims, a 73-year-old man, was taken to the hospital in critical condition. Two others were listed in temporary serious condition.

The truck also hit a fourth person, but hospitalization was not necessary.

Police are conducting an investigation to determine if the truck driver was under the influence of alcohol or drugs at the time of the crash.

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What Should I Do After A Michigan Pedestrian Accident?

There are several things that you should do immediately after an accident, which include:

  • Notify of the police of the accident, especially if they do not come to the accident scene.
  • Make sure there is a written police report made after the accident.
  • Get the drivers license number and license plate number of the other vehicles in the crash.
  • Get the names, telephone numbers, and addresses of all witnesses to the accident.
  • Request an Application for No-Fault Insurance Benefits from your insurance agent.
  • Contact our experienced attorneys to advise you on your rights and to begin pursuing your claims.

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