Five Pedestrians Hit By Car in Northeast Philadelphia Parking Lot

Five pedestrians were struck by a single vehicle in a Northeast Philadelphia parking lot on Monday afternoon, according to the police. When you or a loved one suffer injuries as a pedestrian, contact a Philadelphia pedestrian accident attorney about your case.

Details About the Five Pedestrians Hit in a Car Accident

Police and emergency personnel were dispatched shortly before 2 PM on Monday, April 22nd for the report of a pedestrian crash involving multiple victims. The incident occurred in the parking lot of a shopping center at Oxford Avenue and Levick Street in Northeast Philadelphia. The shopping center is home to a ShopRite.

Officials said that four women and a man were injured by a 46-year-old female driver who was detained by police, who have not said if charges would be filed. An image from Chopper 6 showed a white vehicle with front-end damage.

Police did not say if the victims were hit intentionally or not. The four women were of the ages 29, 45, 57 and 76 and all were treated for minor injuries. The man was listed at 76-years-old and police said he was uninjured in the crash.

Call Kwartler Manus in Philadelphia

Victims of pedestrian crashes deserve to receive the best care possible even after they are released from the hospital and this is accomplished with a financial settlement. Hold the responsible driver accountable for the crash by talking to an experienced Philadelphia pedestrian accident attorney from Kwartler Manus. Call our office to schedule a free consultation today.

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