October 28, 2020

Pedestrian hit by car, seriously hurt in Port Jefferson Station, Suffolk police say

A pedestrian was seriously injured after he was hit by a car Monday night in Port Jefferson Station, Suffolk County police said.

Police have not released the identity of the man but said he was transported to Stony Brook University Hospital for treatment of serious injuries.

Police said the man was “in the roadway” when he was struck by a 2015 Mitsubishi sedan that was headed south on Route 112 near Wilson Street at about 8 p.m. The driver remained at the scene and has not been charged.

Police said Sixth Squad detectives are investigating.

Anyone with information regarding the collision is asked to contact detectives at 631-854-8652 or Crime Stoppers at 800-220-TIPS.

All calls will remain confidential.

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Spain Hit By Anti-government Car Protests Called By Far-right

Hundreds of cars and motorbikes paraded Monday in Madrid and other Spanish cities in protests called by the far-right to demand Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez and his government resign.

Anti-government protest in Malaga Anti-government protest in Malaga Photo: AFP / JORGE GUERRERO

Sporting red and yellow national flags and banners, people gathered on Spain’s national day at the call of far-right party Vox to protest the left-wing government’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic.

In Madrid, hundreds of vehicles went down the large Castellana avenue where a military parade normally takes place on October 12, cancelled this year due to the pandemic.

Protesters called out by the far-right party Vox drive through Madrid to protest the state of emergency the government imposed to fight a resurgence in the coronavirus Protesters called out by the far-right party Vox drive through Madrid to protest the state of emergency the government imposed to fight a resurgence in the coronavirus Photo: AFPTV / Rebeca MAYORGA

Car protests also took place in Valencia in the east, and Seville and Malaga in the south, according to images on

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Woman in critical condition after being hit by vehicle in Wheeling

A woman remained in critical condition Sunday after being struck by a car in Wheeling, police said.

The crash occurred about 10:45 p.m. Friday on the 1400 block of East Lake-Cook Road, near a vehicle entrance to the Walmart there.



The woman was walking from the north side of the road to the south side when she was struck by an eastbound car, Wheeling Deputy Police Chief Joseph Licari said.

She was taken by ambulance to Advocate Condell Medical Center in Libertyville, where she remained Sunday, police said.

The driver cooperated with investigators and no tickets have been issued, Licari said.

“At this time, there is nothing indicative of anything beyond a terrible crash,” he said in an email.


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Bridgeport Police: Woman hit by car, seriously injured

A Bridgeport woman suffered a serious head injury when she was struck by a car while crossing Park Avenue Friday night.

Police responded to a call reporting a serious crash involving a pedestrian at the intersection of Park Avenue and Olive

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Man hit by car after gun shots fired in Syracuse’s North Side, police say

Syracuse, N.Y. — After gun shots were fired in the 1600 block of Spring Street on Thursday night, a car that appeared to be fleeing hit a fence, shrubs and a man, according to Syracuse police.

The man who was hit by the car suffered non-life threatening injuries, police said.

A 911 caller initially reported that about six shots were fired at 3:27 p.m., according to Onondaga County 911 dispatch logs.

The caller reported seeing a red Jeep Wrangler drive down Spring Street after hearing the gun shots, according to scanner reports.

The man who was hit by the car was brought into a house at 1604 Spring Street briefly before officers arrived, police said. The man was then taken to Upstate University Hospital by an ambulance, according to police.

At the scene, officers taped off the yard around 1604 Spring Street. Multiple cars remained on the scene for several

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Pedestrian in critical condition after being hit by car in Allentown; car’s occupants flee on foot

a bright light in a dark room: A pedestrian is in critical condition at an area hospital after being hit by a car Thursday night in Allentown, police said.

A pedestrian is in critical condition at an area hospital after being hit by a car Thursday night in Allentown, police said.

A pedestrian is in critical condition at an area hospital after being hit by a car Thursday night in Allentown, police said.

A 50-year-old man was hit by a four-door sedan at 7:28 p.m. at Hanover Avenue and East Linden Street, after which the car’s occupants fled on foot, Assistant police Chief Bill Lake said.

The man suffered “life-threatening injuries” and was taken to an area hospital, Lake said. Police aren’t releasing his identity.

The intersection was still closed nearly two hours later, and police were diverting traffic while continuing to investigate. Police have no details available on the number of people who fled, or descriptions.

Anyone with information is asked to call Allentown police at 610-437-7721.

Morning Call reporter Andrew Scott

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Oklahoma Man Dies After Being Hit by Car in Church Parking Lot On His 85th Birthday

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An Oklahoma man was tragically killed in an accident outside of his church on his 85th birthday.

Dr. Clyde Cain was leaving a Bible study at the First Baptist Church of Edmond on Tuesday morning when one of his friends accidentally hit him with his car, Fox 25 reported.

Edmond police told the outlet that Cain was a regular at the church’s Tuesday morning men’s prayer breakfast, which he was leaving when the driver did not see him and struck Cain with his vehicle.

The incident is currently under investigation, Fox 25 reported, and there is no evidence that the driver was impaired or had intent on hitting Cain. Police are reportedly investigating Cain’s death as an accident, but any charges would go through the District Attorney.

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MSP arrest man who allegedly threw sandbags off I-96 overpass, hit car’s windshield

LYON TOWNSHIP, MI — Michigan State Police have arrested a man who allegedly threw several 40-pound sandbags off of an overpass at cars traveling along I-96 Sunday night. MSP troopers were called by the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office around 11 p.m. Sunday for assistance with an accident investigation.

MSP arrived at the scene along westbound I-96 near Old Plank Road and took over the investigation which determined that a male suspect crashed his truck near the overpass. After crashing, the suspect walked up the Old Plank Road overpass, which is currently under construction.

Once in the construction zone, the suspect allegedly began hurling sandbags off the overpass and was trying to strike passing vehicles on the freeway. One vehicle was hit by a sandbag which crashed through her windshield, according to police. That victim suffered serious injuries as a result of the incident and was taken to a nearby hospital

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Surveillance video shows Arlington stabbing assailant’s car hit woman pedestrian

Police on Thursday released surveillance video of a car in which there was an assailant who stabbed a married couple. The recording shows the vehicle hit a pedestrian in Arlington just after the killing.

A man died after he was slashed during a robbery Wednesday night as he walked with his wife, who also was stabbed, on a street near their home, police said. The stabbings occurred about 9 p.m. in the 6400 block of South Collins Street.

Police believe that the assailant got into a car in which there was at least one other person who was waiting for him.

The video was recorded from a camera at Ousley Junior High School, which is across the street from where the car hit the pedestrian, a 20-year-old woman.

The woman was walking in the 900 block of Southeast Parkway was hit by the assailant’s car as it turned onto

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Tesla Quarterly Deliveries Hit Record As Car Maker’s Pandemic Recovery Speeds Up

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vehicle deliveries hit a new record in the most recent quarter, accelerating the Silicon Valley car maker’s recovery after sales slowed during the height of the pandemic.

The Palo Alto, Calif.-based company on Friday said it sold 139,300 vehicles in the quarter ended Sept. 30, slightly ahead of the 137,000 deliveries analysts surveyed by FactSet expected and 44% above the prior-year figure. The figure topped the previous high of 112,000 vehicle handovers Tesla achieved in the final quarter of 2019, the last not impacted by the pandemic.

Tesla has delivered slightly more than 318,000 vehicles over the first nine months of this year despite a temporary shutdown of its lone U.S. car plant in Fremont, Calif., as local health officials tried to halt the spread of the coronavirus. The company in January said it aimed to deliver more than 500,000 vehicles in 2020, an increase of

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