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A pedestrian was struck this morning on the 4300 block of Connecticut Avenue NW, said Mike Matthews, Ward 3 liaison for the Mayor’s Office of Community Relations and Services, in an email to residents.
A spokesperson for D.C.’s Fire and Emergency Medical Services department could not immediately be reached for additional information about the incident. According to the the Metropolitan Police Department, the block—located near the Van Ness-UDC Metro station—reopened to traffic around 10 a.m. after being closed for about half an hour.
@DCPoliceTraffic UPDATE: S/B 4300 Connecticut Avenue, NW is now OPEN
— DC Police Traffic (@DCPoliceTraffic) January 4, 2016
Update 11:40 a.m.: Tim Wilson, a spokesperson for DCFEMS, says one patient was transported from the incident in an uncertain condition.