Columbia, SC (November 2, 2018) – In Columbia, a two-car pedestrian accident took place in the 500 block of Gervais Street, according to police. The Columbia Police Department arrived at the scene of the accident.
At the time, the eastbound 400 and 500 blocks were shut down. Police said that medical personnel evaluated the man and found that he had lower body injuries.
Police said that they are not quite sure how the accident took place, but they determined that two vehicles collided, causing one to strike the sidewalk and a pedestrian.
Police continue their investigation at this time.
Columbia Pedestrian Accident
Pedestrian accidents are one of the most life-changing experiences you will ever endure. We hope that the pedestrian who was injured in this accident will be able to move forward during this difficult time.
We wish to stand by your side if you have been injured in a serious accident and need the help of an experienced attorney. Pedestrian accidents are sometimes the fault of other drivers on our roads, which risk lives and put you in a difficult situation in the blink of an eye. If you have been injured, we want to ensure that your rights are protected as you navigate the legal system. At the Nye Law Group, you have options and we are here for you. Do not hesitate to speak with us today at (912) 200-5230 to get started.
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