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story.lead_photo.caption Police investigate after a pedestrian was struck by a vehicle at 4th and Cumberland streets in Little Rock on Thursday. - Photo by Rachel Herzog

A woman hit by a car near a downtown Little Rock bus station sustained serious injuries Thursday afternoon, police said.

Little Rock Police Sgt. Roger Snook said at the scene that a woman in her 60s was crossing 4th Street when she was hit by a blue Ford Taurus that was turning left from southbound Cumberland Street. It happened about 1:10 p.m.

The woman was said to suffer a possible head injury.

Andrew Riggs, 25, said he saw the woman cross the road at Fourth and Cumberland streets.

“Neither saw the other,” Riggs said of the victim and driver.


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