New Hampshire police are investigating a crash involving a pedestrian in Rochester.
Police responded to Wakefield Street, near Citizen's Bank, at about 6:50 p.m. Saturday where the driver of a Cadillac had struck the pedestrian.
Police said that Michael McMahon, 36, of Rochester, was traveling north on South Main Street when he attempted to pull out from an intersection near Hanson Street. As he did, another car pulled out from North Main Street, blocking his view of Timothy Johnstone, 28 of Rochester, who was in the crosswalk.
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Authorities said McMahon then struck Johnstone, causing damage to his car.
Johnstone was transported to Frisbie Hospital where he was treated for serious but non-life threatening injuries.
It's unclear if any charges will be filed.