Pedestrian Struck on Main Street Late Wednesday, Requiring Medflight Response

Scanner reports indicated the person struck in front of the MBTA station suffered serious injuries.

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Patch File Photo
For the second time in less than 24 hours, a medical helicopter was required in Wilmington as a pedestrian was struck late Wednesday night on Main Street.

Scanner reports indicated that at about 11 p.m. a pedestrian was struck in the area of 411 Main Street in front of the MBTA train station.

Crews responded to the scene where a male was reportedly suffering from head trauma and was unresponsive.

A MedFlight helicopter was scheduled to land in the Textron field, with North Reading responding to Wilmington for mutual aid to cover the station, according to scanner transmissions.

On Wednesday morning, a bicyclist was struck by a car on Woburn Street, suffering serious injuries and being transported to a Boston hospital by helicopter.

Check back with Wilmington Patch for more details on the Wednesday night incident as they are available.
Janus June 12, 2014 at 12:18 AM
My prayers for this poor soul. Folks be real careful out there cycling too. The roads are full of young, first time drivers.


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