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Man Injured in Pedestrian Crash at Commonwealth and Pomona Avenues


Victim Hit by Car in Fullerton Accident 

Fullerton, CA (March 23, 2020) – A man was injured in a pedestrian crash in Fullerton. The accident occurred on the evening of March 23 at Commonwealth and Pomona avenues.

A man was outside of a marked crosswalk in the middle of the intersection when he was hit by a vehicle. The man suffered critical injuries. He is currently hospitalized in critical condition. The driver of the vehicle remained at the accident scene.

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