It was reported that a woman has been severely injured after a pickup truck driver lost control on Jackson Boulevard.
According to the police, the accident happened near Lauderdale West on Jackson Boulevard. A pickup truck reportedly traveling westbound lost control of the vehicle that led to the accident. Police said the truck was moving at a high rate of speed when the crash happened.
The 32-year-old driver of the pickup truck was attempting to make a left onto Tennessee Avenue when it lost control. Reports say the pickup truck ran into the sidewalk. The authorities further reported that the pickup truck then hit a woman who was on the sidewalk.
Eyewitnesses said the female pedestrian was sprawled on the ground with injuries after she was struck by the vehicle. She was transported to a nearby hospital.
The identity of the victim is still unknown.
No further information about the crash or the condition of the injured victims has been made public. The crash is under investigation.
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