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Pedestrian injured after being hit by car in Auburn

August 17. 2018 9:47PM

AUBURN — Several public safety agencies reported that a pedestrian suffered serious injury when struck by a car in Auburn Friday night, officials said.

The first report came about 9:15 p.m., saying that the Auburn Fire Department and Police Department staff were at the scene of an accident at 57 Londonderry Turnpike.

That location is near the Auburn-Manchester line.

First responders said the patient was unconscious at the scene but there was no further information on the patient’s condition.

The victim was brought to an unidentified hospital for treatment.

Fire and emergency medical service departments were requesting information on the availability of a medical helicopter to transport the victim but it’s unknown whether this resource was deployed.

Officials said the stormy weather might make it not possible to use the helicopter for transport.

The Londonderry Turnpike, also known as the Route 28 Bypass, was closed to traffic after the accident, officials said.

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