Framingham Police Seek Public’s Help in Identifying Woman Who Struck Man in Crosswalk

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FRAMINGHAM – Police seek the public’s help in identifying the driver of a vehicle, who struck a man while walking in the crosswalk on Edgell Road Thursday night, April 8.

Just after 5 p.m., a man, in his 50s, was struck “while in the crosswalk with the crossing lights flashing,” said Framingham Police spokesperson Sgt. Rachel Mickens.

“A motor vehicle made a left hand turn from Auburn Street onto Edgell Road striking the pedestrian,” at said Sgt. Mickens.

“The operator had an exchange of words with the victim and then drove off, continuing south on Edgell Road,” said Sgt. Mickens.

The motor vehicle is described as a green Jeep, with possible partial plate 7468,” said Sgt. Mickens.

The operator was described as female, said Sgt. Mickens, who said no other description is available.

The Framingham man, in his mid-50s, was transported to MetroWest Medical Center by ambulance, with non-life threating injuries, said Sgt. Mickens.


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