HN VIDEO: Young man struck by pickup truck…
UPDATE – COMM FD PRESS STATEMENT: “C.O.M.M. Fire & Rescue personnel responded to the intersection of Old Stage Road and Antico Lane, Centerville, MA for a report of a pedestrian struck by a motor vehicle. Upon arrival we found a male who appeared to be in his mid to late twenties laying by the side of the road and being attended to by civilians on location. Apparently the man was struck by a pickup truck driven by another male who was not injured and remained on scene. The pedestrian who was struck is in serious condition and was treated and transported by C.O.M.M. Fire Personnel to the Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital in Plymouth. Shortly thereafter he was transported by Med Flight Helicopter to the Boston Medical Center. The accident is being investigated by the Barnstable Police Department. C.O.M.M. personnel has no additional information at this time.”
CENTERVILLE – [DEVELOPING] — Barnstable Police are investigating an accident where a young man was struck by a pickup truck earlier this evening at about 8:12PM.
The accident happened on Old Stage Road right in front of Antico Lane.
According to sources, the patient was reportedly unconscious at first, but did regain some alertness before being transported by ambulance to South Shore Hospital (according to radio transmissions).
COMM Rescue workers opted to transport by ambulance because the nearest available Medflight helicopter was flying out of Lawrence… and it would be faster to travel directly by ambulance… (according to emergency radio traffic).
The cause of the accident is still under investigation, but a friend of the driver said she was told the pedestrian suddenly walked into the roadway… that information has not been officially confirmed.
The following HN Video highlights the scene…
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