Another Pedestrian Struck, Seriously Injured

Tuesday, February 8 by silvia

Another pedestrian was struck and badly injured in West Windsor, this time near the Princeton Junction train station. The victim suffered a head injury, among other injuries, and was taken to the hospital. You can read more here, and please pass on any other details you know.

The WWBPA wishes both recent victims a full and speedy recovery.

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Pedestrian Struck, In Critical Condition

Monday, January 24 by silvia

Both the Princeton Packet and WW-P News reported on Friday about an accident shortly before 8 a.m. on Jan. 14 in which a pedestrian was struck by a motorist while walking on the shoulder of Village Road East near Grover Middle School. Sharain Wason sustained serious injuries and was listed in critical but stable condition, according to both newspapers.

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