Southbound Main Street shut down briefly after pedestrian struck by car
Southbound traffic on Main Street was shutdown briefly Friday afternoon after a car struck a pedestrian at the intersection with Kingsley Street.
Ann Arbor police officers were directing southbound traffic on Main westbound on Kingsley until just after 4:30 p.m. Friday. One Huron Valley Ambulance crew was on the scene tending to the pedestrian.
An HVA dispatcher confirmed the service had been sent to the intersection for a report of a car striking a pedestrian. The pedestrian was transported to University of Michigan Health System.
An Ann Arbor police sergeant directed all questions about the accident to spokeswoman Lt. Renee Bush, who was out of the office and unavailable Friday. More information on the accident was unavailable Friday.