Pedestrian Hit At Greensboro Intersection

GREENSBORO, N.C. -- Greensboro Police say a pedestrian was hit by a car Thursday evening. 

It happened shortly before 8:30 p.m. at Eagle and Stanley Roads in Greensboro. 

Police say 21-year-old John Robert Apple, of Greensboro, was walking south bound on Stanley Road crossing the street at the intersection of Eagle Road when he was struck by a red 2012 Toyota Camry operated by Hoa Tan Pham.  The Toyota was traveling south on Stanley Road turning left onto east bound Eagle Road when the crash happened on the east side of the intersection.

Emergency crews transported Apple to Moses Cone Hospital with serious injuries, non-life threatening injuries. Police blocked the intersection for about two hours. 

Police are still investigating the crash. There's no word on whether or not the driver will be charged. 


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