DETROIT (WXYZ) - Police report a pedestrian accident on Detroit's west side Tuesday morning.
It happened on Wyoming just south of Joy Road, closing the intersection for a period of time. It is now back open.
Witnesses say the driver pulled over after hitting the pedestrian. They say the victim was a male and he was alert and talking to paramedics as he was being transported to the hospital.
Witnesses also say they are upset authorities left the victim's belongings scattered across the road. It included his cell phone and shoes. One witness used the victim's phone to call his family and alert them of the accident.
Police have not officially commented on the condition or identity of the victim or driver.
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