Pedestrian hospitalized after being struck by vehicle in Lakewood (PHOTO)

pedestrian was struck by a vehicle and severely injured this evening in Lakewood.

The accident occurred in a parking lot on 6th Street approximately 5:30 PM.

Hatzolah paramedics responded to the scene and transported the patient to Jersey Shore University Medical Center with serious but non life-threatening injuries, officials said.

The Lakewood Police Department’s Traffic Safety division is investigating.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. We need reflectors on parking lots too!!!! They are poorly lit. Unfortunately someone I know knocked into another fellow in a parking lot that was black!!

    Yesterday while driving in yet another parking lot, I actually rolled down my window and in my best Yiddish told what looked like an elderly chasidish fellow, ” men Ken aych nisht zehn”. He probably thought I fell from the moon. Would be no joke if I ended up hitting him!!

    If people don’t want to wear reflectors for their own safety, they should do it for the sake of the drivers!! To live with guilt for something that could.have been avoided is stupidity!

  2. Why don’t people learn? I’m amazed that people don’t invest $2 in a blinky and $3 for some reflective tape? What does it take for people to figure out they cannot be seen at night when they are wearing all black? Heck depending on how dark it is many colors are invisible after dark.

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