Pedestrian taken to hospital after Stevenage zebra crossing collision

Police and the ambulance service were called at about 4.15pm after reports that a pedestrian believ

Police and the ambulance service were called at about 4.15pm after reports that a pedestrian believed to be a man was in collision with a car at a crossing in Hydean Way. - Credit: Archant

A pedestrian has been taken to hospital after a collision with a car at a Stevenage zebra crossing this afternoon.

Police and the ambulance service were called at about 4.15pm after reports that a pedestrian – believed to be a man – was in collision with a car at a crossing in Hydean Way.

The road was shut at the junction with Peartree Way and the Comet understands an East Anglian Air Ambulance was also called and landed in nearby Peartree Park.

It is not yet clear what injuries the pedestrian sustained but they were taken to Lister Hospital in the town for further care.

UPDATE: Police and the ambulance service have since confirmed that the man was taken hospital with leg and possible pelvic injuries, but they were not believed to be life threatening. A child was also assessed and treated at the scene before being discharged.


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