Pedestrian airlifted to Indianapolis hospital after being struck by vehicle

Terre Haute, Indiana – On a seemingly ordinary Wednesday evening, around 9:20 p.m., a male pedestrian’s life took an unexpected turn when he was struck by a vehicle.

In a statement shared via social media, the Sugar Creek Fire Department revealed that the pedestrian had been attempting to cross National Avenue when the unfortunate incident transpired.

Due to the severity of the injuries sustained by the pedestrian, particularly to his left leg, he was airlifted to a hospital in Indianapolis. Meanwhile, the driver of the vehicle involved in the collision emerged unscathed, as reported in the post.

The response to this distressing event was marked by the collaborative efforts of the Sugar Creek Fire Department, Vigo County Sheriff’s Department, West Terre Haute Police Department, Indiana State Police, Trans Care ambulance, and Air Evac team.

As the situation unfolds and more details become available, updates will be provided to keep the public informed.

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