GREENWICH, Conn. -- A Stamford woman who was struck by a car Tuesday morning in Greenwich was showing improvements in Stamford Hospital on Wednesday, Greenwich Police said.
The woman's prognosis was positive after she suffered head injuries in the accident, police said. Greenwich Police didn't release her name and said only that she was in her 30s.
The accident occurred shortly before 9 a.m. Tuesday as the woman was crossing Mill Street at the intersection of Mead Avenue from the south side of the road to the north side of the road, police said.
The woman was struck by small passenger vehicle traveling east on Mill Street, police said. The woman rolled over the hood of the car, striking her head against the windshield, and was thrown to the ground a short distance from the initial impact, police said.
The motorist immediately stopped, remained at the scene, and attempted to attend to the pedestrian, police said. She suffered a head injury and was unconsciousness after the accident, police said. She was taken to Stamford Hospital and was initially reported in serious condition, police said.
The Greenwich Police traffic section said the driver had a steady green light and was operating the car at a safe speed.
The woman was ticketed for hazardous entrance onto a highway by a pedestrian by failing to obey the special pedestrian-control signal located at the intersection, police said.
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