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Student injured in morning accident UPDATE

7 a.m. Friday    Great Bend law enforcement have not released any new information on Thursday’s accident involving a high school student. We have learned the student was a Senior at Great Bend High School. We will report additional details as they become available.

4 p.m.The latest information from authorities in Great Bend has not included the name of the student injured  or her condition as a result of Thursday morning’s accident.

 

11:00 a.m. An accident involving a Great Bend High School student occurred this morning  on 19th street in Great BendGreat Bend High accident

The name of the female student who was struck by the vehicle and the driver of the car have not yet been released.

According to police, the student was transported to Great Bend Hospital and had been talking to first responders.

Stay tuned to Eagle Radio and check Hays Post for details as they become available.

 

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  • Chris

    Im surprised this hasn’t happened at FHSU. Pedestrians not using crosswalks, and walking out between vehicles and drivers not comprehending that you yield at a crosswalk

    • BusinessChic

      Pedestrians have the right of way on the FHSU campus. You, as a driver, should be watching out for them!

      • Chris

        Alright, let’s get your panties out of a twist–my statement talked about pedestrians AND drivers. Yes, they do have the right of way. The problem arises when they walk out in front of traffic in the many blind spots on campus. The streets are narrow, making swerving an impossibility. Just because you have the right of way, doesn’t mean you need to be an idiot while crossing. Crosswalks are there for a reason–to prevent accidents. A vehicle going the posted campus speed limit still cannot stop on a dime (Reaction time + brake time).

        I understand the laws determining right of way. However, I do not understand the mentality of someone that would walk out in front of traffic with the attitude of ‘the cars better stop, because *I* have the right of way.’ It is much like the mentality of drivers who will not move over in the lane for bicyclists.

        • Rocket Science

          My grandpa always told me that it didnt matter if you had the right of way if you are dead.

          • Chris

            smart man

        • just some guy

          there is no need to “swerve” if you going the speed limit, which IS NOT 25 MPH

          • Chris

            Where did you pull out this 25MPH figure? No one stated this number anywhere. And no need to swerve when someone walks out in front of you? Umm…k.