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Pedestrian Struck on Pulaski Highway

The victim was flown by helicopter to an area hospital.

UPDATE (Oct. 18, 4:20 p.m.)—, http://patch.com/A-yKM5

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A person was hospitalized after being struck by a vehicle on Pulsaki Highway on Sunday morning, according to police.

According to a Baltimore County police spokesman, police recieved a call at 10:39 a.m. from the 12200 block of Pulaski Highway in Kingsville, near the Harford County line.

The victim was flown by medevac helicopter to an area hospital. No further information was immediately available.

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Mike Fisher October 19, 2012 at 07:35 PM
Then don't read it and stop whining like a big baby. The people who comment a lot care about their community and have something to say about things that happen in it, that's the whole point of this website. All you've done is whine and complain about the people posting. Don't read it, then. You contribute nothing to the conversation. Go life your amazingly interesting life, what are you even doing on the internet? Don't like what you read? Don't read it and stop whining and crying ya big baby.
Roy M October 22, 2012 at 06:54 PM
Mickey we are glad to hear that he will recove from his injuries. Wishing him a speedy recovery
leonardtown October 29, 2012 at 05:55 PM
I am the driver who hit this innocent man. I was not talking or texting on my cell phone. I grabbed my phone while exiting my car to call 911, I did not know what i had hit so I looked at the front of my vehicle when i then realized it was a human being. I was in complete shock. Several people had already came to his aid. I was so afraid to even get close to this person i had struck, seeing that he was severely injured. I have prayed for this gentleman everyday and thank the lord he has survived. I am extremely haunted by this nightmare which is my own reality every second. I was extremely fatigued that morning and will deal with this guilt and shame for the rest of my life. I pray that God gives him and his family the strength they need to recover from this so painful and regretful accident.
FIFA October 29, 2012 at 06:26 PM
Gosh, are you the one that witnessed the poor guy in the motorcycle accident too. You must see a lot of bad things happen to people. First time poster.
EriKa I-Net August 05, 2013 at 05:26 AM
He is ok :) has had many surgeries and has had a rough year but he is doing a lot better. He still has a few surgeries to go but he is a fighter and has a positive attitude.

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