Stratford police have identified the pedestrian hit by a vehicle on Main Street Thursday morning as 44-year-old Stratford resident Kathleen Eannotti, the Connecticut Post reports.
Citing a press release, the Post reported that Eannotti was treated and released from Bridgeport Hospital.
No charges have been made as police continue the investigation, the report added.
Our original story, published March 1, follows:
A pedestrian is being hospitalized with non-life threatening injuries after she was struck by a vehicle on Main Street at around 8 a.m. Thursday, police said.
Deputy chief Joseph McNeil identified the pedestrian as a middle-aged woman.
The crash happened in front of the driveway to 3005-07 Main Street, next to the entrance to .
A Major Crime Squad vehicle could be seen parked at the YMCA entrance at 11:30 a.m. as police continued to investigate. A basket, purse and some clothing could be seen scattered on the road where southbound traffic was diverted around.
McNeil said police will probably remain on scene until around 1 p.m. He said no charges have been made.