• Lots of trouble in PG today: Vehicle into restaurant, SUV hits ped (?)

    A Toyota hit Victorian Corner. Cdr. McSorley was part of the investigation. The other woman in the photo was not the driver.

    A Toyota hit Victorian Corner. Cdr. McSorley was part of the investigation. The other woman in the photo was not the driver.

    At about 3:30 today, Mon. Oct. 3, a woman in a Toyota SUV backed through the intersection of Fountain and Lighthouse and right into the back entrance of Victoria Corner restaurant. Details are still sketchy but it seems that she was parked in the theater block and took out the street sign as well. Mary Aliotti was injured and left in an ambulance but it was apparently not serious.

    In the photo, Cdr. McSorley crosses Fountain and the vehicle is still in the building.

     

     

     

     

    This car was facing downhill on Lighthouse. There was a lot of debris in the road.

    This car was facing downhill on Lighthouse. There was a lot of debris in the road.

    There was another car hit, a small red vehicle. The driver of the red car refused a gurney but may have decided to go to the hospital to be checked out.

     

     

     

    Half an hour later, there was an ambulance call to Sunset and 19th Street. Soon a fire engine and a helicopter were on the scene.

     

    Our witness said, “It appeared to be a 2010-or-so silver Ford Escape stopped around the cross walk at Sunset and 19th with no other car (so I’m guessing he or she hit a ped). Police and fire officials closed Sunset from Congress to Forest.

    Reports say an 8th grade girl darted out into traffic and was hit by a car.

    Details on both incidents will follow.

    posted to Cedar Street Times on October 6, 2014

    Topics: Front PG News, Police Log

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