Framingham Police are asking for the public's help in identifying a driver, who struck a Framingham man, 58, walking in a crosswalk Sunday night.
- POLICE & FIRE
Wednesday, January 16
Framingham Police are asking for the public's help in identifying a driver who struck a Framingham man walking in a crosswalk Sunday night, Jan. 13. Framingham Police and Framingham Fire responded to the corner of Blandin Avenue and Beaver Street about 7:30 p.m. after a Framingham man, 58, was hit while walking in a crosswalk. Witnesses told police a blue Toyota hit the man and then left the scene. The man was taken to MetroWest Medical Center. His injuries are unknown. Anyone with any information on the hit & run, should contact police at 508-872-1212.
The incident was not a hit & run, as earlier reported, as the driver did stop, said Framingham Police.
UPDATED: 8:45 p.m. A Framingham man, 25, was struck trying to run between Shoppers World and Target on Route 30 during rush hour, said Framingham Police Lt. Ron Brandolini. The man suffered a head injury, that was not life-threatening, said Brandolini. The man was alert and conscious. He was transported to MetroWest Medical Center. A scanner report indicated a SUV hit the man and took off; but Brandolini said the driver, who is from Westfield, did stop. The incident is uner investigation, said Brandolini. No citations have been issued, said Brandolini. *** An earlier Framingham Patch reort published the incident was a hit & run and that a dark sedan was headed towards Route 126, according to the police scanner. The scanner mentioned the …