UPDATE: Pedestrian Killed on West Putnam Was a Man in His 80s

On Tuesday morning, Greenwich Police released an update on the pedestrian who was hit by a car while crossing West Putnam Ave on Monday night.

According to a release from Lt. John Slusarz of the Traffic Division, a Port Chester man in his 80s was crossing West Putnam Avenue at the intersection of Western Junior Highway at around 6:30pm when he was struck by a car and suffered serious injuries.

The man later died at Greenwich Hospital. The driver of the car immediately stopped and, along with a witness, rendered aid to the pedestrian.

The incident is currently under investigation by the Traffic Section of the Greenwich Police Department.

The pedestrian’s name is being withheld pending notification of family.

Original story Monday, Feb 7 Pedestrian Dies after Being Hit by Car on West Putnam Ave in Greenwich


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