Two Pedestrians Struck By Car in Pittsfield

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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — A mother and daughter were injured after being struck by a car on West Street.
On January 30, 2023, at approximately 9:13 am police, firefighters, and Action Ambulance responded to the 300 West St. area for a Pittsfield woman struck by a car. 
A 2015 Toyota Yaris operated by Loraine Utter, an 84-year-old Pittsfield resident, was traveling west on West St. in the 300 block when she struck two pedestrians who were crossing near Dorothy Amos Park.
Shaloon Milord, age 30 of Pittsfield, was transported to Berkshire Medical Center (BMC) with serious injuries. 
Milord's three-year-old daughter was crossing the roadway with her mother and was struck as well. 
Her injuries were minor.
Both lanes of West St were shut down to traffic from South John St to Dewey Ave for approximately 3 hours as a result of this incident. 
This incident remains under investigation by Officer Hallas of the Pittsfield Police Department Traffic Unit. Any witnesses are asked to contact Officer Hallas at 413-448-9700 ext. 560. 

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