Police mentioned they have been known as to the intersection of Chapel Avenue and Excessive Avenue Tuesday afternoon for the report of a pedestrian struck
NEW HAVEN, Conn. — New Haven police mentioned a pedestrian was hit Tuesday by a suspected impaired driver.
Police mentioned they have been known as to the intersection of Chapel Avenue and Excessive Avenue Tuesday afternoon for the report of a pedestrian struck simply after 2:30 p.m.
They mentioned the lady, who had a minimize on her head and inside accidents, was transported to Yale-New Haven Hospital the place her accidents have been later decided to be not life-threatening. She was hospitalized in secure situation.
Police mentioned 66-year-old Robert H. Stallings, Jr. of West Haven was driving a full-size Chevy Silverado pickup truck in the correct lane of two westbound Chapel Avenue lanes.
As Stallings approached the intersection at Excessive Avenue, he confronted a cease signal. The non permanent cease signal stood in the course of the 2 westbound Chapel Avenue lanes.
In line with the investigating officer, the common overhead visitors management indicators and pedestrian crosswalk indicators have been inoperable.
Police mentioned Stallings drove by means of the intersection and the entrance passenger aspect of his car hit the lady.
Stallings was charged with a DUI and can seem in courtroom on June 1.
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