Truck Accident in Topeka, Kansas Results in Personal Injuries to 65 Year-Old Woman.

On the evening of this past Monday, December 16, 2013, a 65 year-old woman was seriously injured when she was struck by a truck at a pedestrian crossing in Topeka, Kansas.

At approximately 5:30 p.m., police in Topeka, Kansas received an emergency call about a 65 year-old woman who had been struck by a pickup truck at the intersection of Huntoon Avenue and Belle Avenue. Emergency paramedics rushed the injured woman to the emergency room of a nearby hospital.

The man driving the pickup truck was not injured in the truck accident. The intersection of the two streets was closed for two hours and traffic in the area diverted as the Topeka Police collected evidence and cleaned up the debris caused by the truck crash. The police have not released the identities of the driver or the injured woman. The woman’s condition is not being made public at this time.

Topeka Police are continuing to investigate the trucking accident and trying to determine whether criminal charges may be warranted against the pickup truck driver.

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