Two different pedestrian car accident injuries occurred in Newport News, Virginia (VA). The first one occurred in the 12000 block of Jefferson Avenue when the driver slammed on his breaks just as a light turned red. The driver was unable to stop his car and slid through the intersection striking a homeless man who was crossing the street.
The second pedestrian injury occurred on Fort Eustis Boulevard when a car struck a bike rider who was traveling in the same direction. The bicycle rider suffered a traumatic head injury and was taken to a hospital.
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