Man Injured in Pedestrian Accident on McHenry Avenue [Modesto, CA]

Man Injured in Pedestrian Accident on McHenry Avenue [Modesto, CA]
Man Injured in Pedestrian Accident on McHenry Avenue [Modesto, CA]

Man Struck and Injured by Car in Pedestrian Accident on McHenry Avenue at Frances Avenue

MODESTO, CA (February 7, 2021) — A man suffered injuries following a pedestrian accident on McHenry Avenue on Tuesday, January 26.
The crash happened at about 11:30 p.m. at the Frances Avenue intersection. The area is near McHenry Auto Sales and the Economy Inn.
Police Department spokeswoman Sharon Bear said the victim crossed eastbound on McHenry Avenue. Then a southbound 2015 Honda Civic struck him.
Medics rushed the pedestrian by ambulance to a hospital with major injuries. Modesto police described the pedestrian as a 60-year-old man from Modesto. Officials has not yet released his name.
The driver identified as 33-year-old Abdulwahab Alsumairi of Modesto was not harmed. His passenger also did not sustain any injuries.
Bear said that drugs, alcohol, and speed did not appear as factors in the collision.
Officials continue to investigate the cause of the crash.
No other information is available as of the moment.
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