Pedestrian taken to hospital after being hit by car along busy Moon Township road, police say

MOON TOWNSHIP, Pa. — A person was taken to the hospital after they were hit by a car in Moon Township early Monday morning.

Police confirmed to Channel 11 that a pedestrian was hit by a van near University Boulevard at Patton Drive, which is close to Moon Area High School and Robert Morris University.

Police say the driver stayed at the crash scene and the pedestrian, only identified as a woman, was taken to a hospital in Sewickley.

A Channel 11 photographer on scene saw a shoe in the road and a backpack on the curb.

The van also had visible damage — dents in the hood and a busted headlight.

Part of the roadway was taped off while police gathered evidence and the South Hills Area Council of Governments observed the investigation.

Several people who work in the area tell Channel 11 news it’s a dangerous intersection and there are a lot of crashes.

The crash remains under investigation.

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