A police car struck a pedestrian in New Haven Tuesday afternoon.
A patrol officer turning onto Chapel Street off High Street at 1:08 p.m. struck Latanya Autry, 45, of New Haven, while she was crossing the road, police said.
Autry was taken to the hospital to be treated for non-life-threatening leg and arm injuries, police said.
Surveillance video footage shows that Autry was crossing the road outside the crosswalk and the officer had a green light and the right of way, police said.
"The officer, thankfully, was making his turn from a full stop at the intersection and was not traveling quickly," New Haven police said. "He was not responding to a call and did not have his siren or emergency lights on."
Police found Autry was at fault for "unsafe use of a highway by a pedestrian," police said.
The officer was not injured and there wasn't significant damage to the car, police said.