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Pedestrian Hit by Car on South University

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A man is escaped serious injury after being hit by car while trying to cross South University in Fargo near Sanford Health.

Police say the man darted across traffic, and a lady pulling out of the Sanford parking lot didn't see him coming.  His head was bleeding and he was taken to the hospital, but police say he should be okay.

The woman was a bit shaken but is okay, as well.

The man will be given a citation for not crossing at a crosswalk. Officers say this is a good reminder to cross the road at a crosswalk.

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