Pedestrian critically hurt in hit-and-run crash at Public Garden entrance

Police were investigating a crash involving a pedestrian and stolen pickup truck at one of the entrances to the Boston Public Garden in Boston.



a truck on a city street: A photo of a pick-up truck involved in a crash at the entrance to the Boston Public Garden at the corner of Boylston and Charles Street


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A photo of a pick-up truck involved in a crash at the entrance to the Boston Public Garden at the corner of Boylston and Charles Street

The crash happened at the corner of Boylston and Charles Streets just before 5 p.m Thursday.


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Photos from the scene showed the Chevy Colorado pickup truck on the sidewalk at the entrance to the garden with severe front end damage. It appeared that several granite stone fixtures were knocked down.

Boston Police said the pedestrian suffered life-threatening injuries. A witness said the victim was pinned beneath the vehicle.

Witness said the pickup truck was speeding down Boylston Street moments before the crash. Police said the pickup truck was stolen and the driver behind the wheel took-off after the crash.

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