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Man Hit While Trying To Cross Mon Boulevard
Written by Your 5News Team
Created on November 16, 2012 @ 5:56PM
 
THE FOLLOWING IS A PRESS RELEASE FROM THE MORGANTOWN POLICE DEPARTMENT:
 
The Morgantown Police Department responded to a vehicle accident involving a pedestrian on Monongahela Boulevard. The accident took place shortly after 12:00pm this date.
 
A pedestrian was trying to cross Monongahela Boulevard from the Creative Arts Center to the WVU Coliseum parking lot and was struck by a 2004 Infiniti driven by Sara Reynolds of Glen Allen, Virginia. The pedestrian was not at a designated crossing area and failed to stop for the vehicle. The pedestrian, Bryan Feicht, of Fredericktown, Ohio was transported to Ruby ER for apparent minor injuries.
 
The Morgantown Police Department reminds pedestrians to cross Monongahela Boulevard at the designated cross-walk at the intersection of Patteson Drive.
 
The Morgantown Police Department is committed to its goal of eliminating crime in our city. Citizens are encouraged to become a "Partner in Policing" by reporting suspected criminal activity to the Morgantown Police Department Switchboard at (304) 284-7522. If you need immediate police attention or a crime is in progress call 911.

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