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Pedestrian struck in front of Bucks Co. diner

BRISTOL, Pa. – A pedestrian seriously injured early Friday morning and the police in Bucks County are investigating the crash.

The accident took place at around 2:30 o’clock in the morning just in front of the Golden Eagle Diner on Route 13 and Bath Road.

Police reported that the pedestrian was struck by a vehicle and they are still investigating the circumstances around the crash. The victim was rush to a local hospital. Pending result, the identity of victim was not given to the press.

Still in Bristol TWP, last December 14, 2012, a driver for fatally striking a pedestrian was giving his sentence. After the driver was arrested, the police discovered that he was unlicensed and uninsured. He was charged and convicted to spend at least six years in prison for fatally striking a suburban Philadelphia man and leaving him to die.

A Bucks County judge who heard his case even called 24-year-old Charles Horrocks “a maniac behind the wheel”. Last Thursday, he was sentenced to prison for the February death of 36-year-old Eric Beck.

Authorities considered Horrocks a hard case as he was caught driving without license and without any insurance. He hit his victim and left him to die. The police learned that before the accident, he was already between six and 14 drinks and was on this way to another bar the night he hit Beck driving his unregistered car in Bristol Township.

The victim, Beck died shortly after his mother arrived at the scene when she noticed a gathered crowd.

The Bucks County Courier Times reported that Horrocks’ license was revoked at the time of the crash for speeding and careless driving. Investigators said that after hitting the victim, he left the scene and continued drinking that night.

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Source: ABC Local Go Com

Source: ABC Local Co Com

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