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CPD: Pedestrian struck in downtown Columbia taken to hospital

Columbia Police's traffic safety unit is investigating an incident where a vehicle struck a pedestrian in downtown Columbia on Monday. Columbia Police's traffic safety unit is investigating an incident where a vehicle struck a pedestrian in downtown Columbia on Monday.
COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) -

Columbia Police's traffic safety unit is investigating an incident where a vehicle struck a pedestrian in downtown Columbia on Monday. 

The incident happened at Assembly and College streets. CPD says the pedestrian had significant injuries and was taken to a nearby hospital. Hospital staff told CPD that the pedestrian is expected to be OK. 

This is a developing story; check back for more updates. 

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