• May 18, 2017

Madison Dunlap Injured in Schenectady, NY, Pedestrian Accident

Schenectady, NY -- May 11, 2017, Madison Dunlap was injured as the result of an accident in which she was struck by a vehicle in the roadway.

Officials from the local police department reported that the accident happened around 4:30 p.m. near the intersection Albany Street and Runnel Drive.

According to police investigators, 15-year-old Dunlap was walking a dog along the side of the roadway. Meanwhile, 42-year-old Randy Bouley was driving a vehicle on the same road. Bouley somehow didn't see Dunlap in time, and the vehicle struck her and the dog.

The dog was fatally injured and died as a result of the accident. Dunlap was transported to Albany Medical Center for treatment. Reports did not specify her condition.

At this time, police have not reported any charges or citations at this time. No further details have been released.

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