WALNUT CREEK — A pedestrian was hospitalized Monday after being hit by a car that was coming out of a parking garage, officials said.
The collision happened on S. Main Street and Botelho Drive and caused police to shut down S. Main Street for about an hour.
The pedestrian went by ambulance to John Muir Medical Center with injuries that officials said were not life-threatening.
According to city spokesperson Betsy Burkhart, police spoke to the driver who showed no signs of impairment. Police did not arrest anyone.
Burkhart said the driver was turning out of the Macy’s parking garage at Broadway Plaza and hit the person who was in the crosswalk.
Police re-opened the S. Main Street at about 3 p.m.
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