Pedestrian Struck in Cheshire - NBC Connecticut

Pedestrian Struck in Cheshire



    Pedestrian Struck in Cheshire
    Police are investigating a crash involving a pedestrian in Cheshire on Friday morning.

    A Cheshire man is in critical condition after being struck by a truck Friday morning.

    According to police, David Giraldi, 67, was walking across West Main Street (Route 70) near Rumberg Road when he was hit by the truck around 7 a.m..

    West Main Street in Cheshire was closed for at least two hours West Main Street between Maple and Williams streets.

    Emergency personnel found Giraldi lying in the roadway with life-threatening injuries.  He was rushed to St. Mary's Hospital in Waterbury where he was listed in critical condition Friday evening.

    Cheshire police are continuing their investigation into the accident.

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