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Pedestrian hit, injured by car driven by police detective

Maine Department of Public Safety spokesman says State Police Detective Ryan Brockway hit a pedestrian while turning.
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AUGUSTA, Maine — A pedestrian in Maine suffered minor injuries when she was hit by a vehicle driven by a Maine State Police detective in Augusta.

Maine Department of Public Safety spokesman Stephen McCausland says the state owned vehicle was driven by Detective Ryan Brockway. The Kennebec Journal reports McCausland says the female pedestrian was taken to a hospital for observation.

Police did not identify the pedestrian. He said he did not know if the pedestrian was using a crosswalk. The pedestrian was hit when Brockway was turning the vehicle onto a street.

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