Pedestrian struck by hit and run driver on northeast side
4 Fast Facts:
- A man was struck by a hit and run driver while walking in the street on the northeast side.
- The driver returned to the crash site a short time later and identified himself.
- Both the driver and the pedestrian were taken to Eskenazi Hospital.
- The pedestrian had not identification on him and he has not been identified as of Saturday afternoon.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — A pedestrian was struck by a hit and run driver while walking in the street on the northeast side shortly before midnight Friday.
Police say the driver returned to the crash site in the 4100 block of North Arlington Avenue, identified himself and cooperated with investigators.
The driver was taken to Eskenazi Hospital for a blood draw and to be interviewed.
The unknown male pedestrian was also transported to Eskenazi in critical condition to receive medical care. He did not have any identification on him and he has not been identified as of Saturday afternoon.
The striking vehicle was processed for evidence.
Police are continuing to investigate.