Pedestrian Struck by Vehicle Near Sheetz on Haynes Street, Johnstown: Police Investigating

On April 19, 2024, it was reported that a pedestrian was hit by a vehicle at 208 Haynes Street, Johnstown, Pennsylvania. The accident occurred close to a Sheetz convenience store. The pedestrian was taken to Conemaugh Memorial Medical Center in Johnstown. Johnstown police department are currently investigating the incident but have not made any reports available yet.

Often, when a pedestrian is hit by a car, the driver is typically at fault. These accidents are common in shopping plazas, gas stations, and in neighborhoods where drivers should expect to encounter pedestrians on foot. In these cases, we should expect drivers to take additional precautions when they know that a pedestrian may be nearby.

When our firm handles cases where pedestrians are hit by cars, we make every effort to preserve evidence. We do this because we prepare every case as if it will go to trial. We personally go to the scene of the accident, we speak with the investigating police department, and we search to find out whether there is any available video surveillance of the incident. What’s difficult is that the pedestrian likely did not see the car approaching. So, making these efforts to discover and preserve evidence can be the difference between winning or losing at trial.

If you have any questions regarding car accident cases or cases where pedestrians are injured, you can call Bononi and Company at 724-832-2499, text us at 724-858-2744, or schedule an appointment at our Johnstown office, Greensburg office, Pittsburgh office, or Latrobe office. Our team provides free consultations and evaluations for all personal injury and wrongful death claims.


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