Shelton resident goes from critical to stable after being hit by vehicle
SHELTON — An 83-year-old Shelton resident has gone from critical to stable condition after being hit by someone driving down Route 110 on Friday, police said Saturday.
Around 5:30 p.m., police and emergency medical service personnel responded to Howe Avenue (Route 110) at Grove Street for a report of a crash involving a vehicle and a pedestrian, according to police.
“The 83-year-old pedestrian from Shelton was transported to the hospital and was listed in critical condition,” police said. “The 68-year-old driver from Shelton remained on scene.”
By Saturday afternoon, police confirmed the 83-year-old was in stable condition.
Police did not further identify either person involved.
The traffic division is investigating the crash, though no enforcement action has been taken at this time, police said.
Anyone who might have witnessed the crash is asked to call the department at 203-924-1544.