Police car hits pedestrian in Raleigh auto accident

February 3, 2011

A pedestrian was struck by a police car in a Raleigh auto accident, according to newsobserver.com.

The man did not sustain serious Raleigh auto accident injuries. He was, however, ticketed for impeding the flow of traffic because he was walking in the high-speed lane of the road.

The police car was traveling at 50 miles an hour, but it was reported that both the officer and the man tried to avoid the Raleigh auto accident.

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