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Pedestrian hit by vehicle

Pedestrian suffers serious injuries after being hit by a vehicle in Pittsfield

UPDATE: Shaloon Milord, the woman critically injured in Monday's pedestrian car crash on West Street in Pittsfield, has died

PITTSFIELD — A woman and her 3-year-old daughter were injured Monday morning after being struck by a car while crossing West Street near Dorothy Amos Park.

Two pedestrians were struck by a car on West Street in Pittsfield resulting in serious injuries. The driver of the car that struck them was transported to the hospital as well. 

Shaloon Milord, 30, of Pittsfield, was taken to taken to Berkshire Medical Center, where she was treated for serious injuries. Her daughter suffered minor injuries and was also treated at the hospital.

The strike occurred around 9:13 a.m. in the 300 block of West Street. Loraine Utter, 84, of Pittsfield, was traveling westbound in a 2015 Toyota Yaris when she struck Milord and her daughter, according to a news release from the Pittsfield Police Department.

Utter was also injured in the crash, police said. Pittsfield Police Lt. Jeffrey Bradford said the extent of her injuries were not known.

Both lanes of West Street were shut down to traffic from South John Street to Dewey Avenue for around three hours while police reconstructed the accident. Anyone who witnessed the accident is asked to call Officer Hallas at 413-448-9700, ext. 560.

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