CLARK, NJ - A female pedestrian was struck by a vehicle in the Shop Rite parking lot at approximately 8 p.m. last night. She was taken to the hospital and later released. According to the Clark Police Department the accident remains under investigation. Updates will be made as they become available.
Pedestrian Struck by Car in Shop Rite Parking Lot
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