Medford Police Investigate Serious Auto vs. Pedestrian Accident

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Medford Police Investigate Serious Auto vs. Pedestrian Accident

On 11/01/18 at about 9 pm, the Medford Police Department and the Medford Fire Department responded to the report of a motor vehicle accident involving a pedestrian on South Pacific Hwy, near the Grange Co-op at Lowery Lane. It was found that the pedestrian entered the roadway, crossing westbound and was struck by a vehicle in the far-right northbound lane of South Pacific Hwy. The pedestrian was rushed to a local hospital and is currently undergoing treatment for serious injuries related to the crash. The driver of the motor vehicle remained on scene and has cooperated with the investigation. South Pacific Hwy was shut down and diverted for about 3 hours while this scene was investigated.

This incident is still being investigated by members of the Serious Traffic Accident Reconstruction Team (STAR Team) along with Medford Police Detectives. The identity of the pedestrian is unknown and the Medford Police Department is asking for the publicís assistance. Anyone with information about this accident or the identity of the pedestrian is asked to phone Emergency Communications of Southern Oregon at (541)770-4783.

The pedestrian is described as:

A white female about 50 years old of medium height and weight. She has red hair and multiple tattoos to include a tattoo on her right wrist of Garfield the cat and a tiger tattoo on her chest.

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