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Last updated on Tuesday, April 17, 2012
(BLOOMINGTON) - A Bloomington man has been treated and released from the hospital after being struck by a car on the city’s west side Friday morning.
Christopher Cravens, 28, was taken by ambulance to IU Health Bloomington Hospital with a head injury and minor bleeding after being struck by a 2001 Hyundai Sonata, driven by 52-year-old Cheryl Beaty, according to Bloomington police Sgt. Lucas Tate.
Abby Tonsing, of the Herald-Times, reports he was treated and released, hospital spokeswoman Amanda Roach said.
Cravens was crossing from the north side of West Third Street to the south side of the road, while the car was headed east on Third and had just traveled past the Patterson Drive intersection onto South Adams Street. Cravens failed to yield for the car and was not walking at a crosswalk, according to an accident report.
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