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Teen in critical condition after an auto-pedestrian crash in Memphis (Memphis, TN)

On Wednesday afternoon, a teen suffered critical injuries after being struck by a vehicle in Memphis.

As per the initial information, the auto-pedestrian collision took place on East Parkway and Sam Cooper Boulevard. The early reports showed that a silver Nissan Frontier hit a teenager for reasons that are yet to be known.

The driver of the involved vehicle stayed at the scene after the accident. On arrival, emergency personnel rushed the teen to Regional One Hospital with critical injuries. The identity of the victim has not been revealed at this time. No other details are made available.

The incident remains under investigation.

July 28, 2022

Source: WREG

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