A pedestrian and a driver were taken to a hospital for treatment after a vehicle-pedestrian accident in Oakmont on Thursday morning.
According to a police report, Oakmont police officers were dispatched to the Allegheny Avenue and Delaware Avenue intersection just after 7:40 a.m. after reports of an accident.
They found a 24-year-old male lying on the roadway next to an SUV.
The motorist, a 69-year-old male from Industry, had been traveling southbound on Allegheny Avenue when the pedestrian ran into the roadway.
According to the report, the pedestrian—an Oakmont resident—told police he was running late for the bus and was running toward the bus stop. Witnesses told police they saw the pedestrian running in the street and commented that he was going to get hit by a car.
The pedestrian was taken to UPMC Presbyterian Hospital for an ankle injury and the driver was taken to UPMC St. Margaret for chest pains.
Chief David DiSanti said the matter is still under investigation and he doesn't know if charges will be filed.