• June 13, 2022

Man Killed in Truck Accident at Laurel Street Apartments in Hartford, CT

Hartford, CT -- June 10, 2022, one person was killed due to an accident where a truck hit him in the parking lot of an apartment complex.

Investigators reported that the crash took place at around 10:15 a.m. outside the Underwood Elderly Apartments. A 64-year-old man was in the parking lot when it appears a truck backing up hit the man.

Due to the collision, the man succumbed to fatal injuries. Right now, additional details about the accident are unavoidable.

Commentary on Pedestrian, Truck Accident on Laurel Street in Hartford

With a situation like this, it's important to understand what the exact timing of the events was and to what degree the collision was avoidable. Put simply, a parking lot of an apartment complex is just about the most obvious place a driver could expect to encounter pedestrians. That's why drivers would generally need to be especially attentive to their surroundings in a setting like this.

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But that's not to say a driver would automatically be responsible for hitting someone in parking lot. If that person crosses behind the vehicle suddenly or in a manner that the driver couldn't reasonably see them, it would be ridiculous for them to be on the hook for that. There could even be problems with the property that unnecessarily cause pedestrians and vehicles to cross paths.

Is that something police are looking into, or are they going to treat this as "just an accident"? There are no doubt folks out there in need of answers, so there may need to be steps from independent professionals to ensure they get those answers.


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