PITTSFIELD, Mass. (NEWS10) — On Monday morning, two pedestrians were hit by a car on West Street in Pittsfield. According to city police, the incident happened near Dorothy Amos Park, shortly around 9:13 a.m.
Shaloon Milford, 30, was transported to the Berkshire Medical Center with what police called life-threatening injuries. Milford’s three-year-old daughter was also struck and sustained minor injuries. There has been no update on their well-being.
Traffic was diverted at West and South John Streets, and West Street at Dewey Avenue, and drivers are asked to avoid the area if possible. Investigations into the crash are ongoing. Any witnesses are asked to contact Officer Hallas at (413) 448-9700 ext. 560.
There has been no word on whether the driver, Loraine Utter, 84, involved in the crash was charged with any crimes. This is a developing story; stick with NEWS10 for the latest both on-air and online.