Arlington Police: Multiple Pedestrians Struck In Stop & Shop Parking Lot

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ARLINGTON, Mass. (WBZ NewsRadio)(UPDATED 4:02 p.m.) On Saturday, the Arlington Police Department said multiple people were struck when an 87-year-old driver from Belmont allegedly backed his 2005 Mercury Marquis into them in a Stop & Shop parking lot after hitting a parked vehicle and wall.

At around 10:16 a.m. Saturday morning arriving officers to the location on 905 Massachusetts Avenue say two pedestrians were found injured in need of emergency care. The pair of victims, a 61-year-old Arlington woman and a 70-year-old Randolph man, were brought to local hospitals, as was the driver.

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The person inside the car initially hit did not report any injuries.

The APD issued an advisory saying that the parking lot would likely be closed for a good portion of the afternoon Saturday while investigators are on scene.

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