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Driver cited in downtown Raleigh collision that injured 7

RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) - A driver has been cited after he was involved in a downtown Raleigh crash on Sept. 30 that injured seven people. 

JayDizz Clinding-Pulley as cited with failure to yield causing serious bodily injury, Raleigh police confirmed.

A wreck report issued last week concerning the collision stated Clinding-Pulley was driving a 2009 Nissan and was traveling at 45 mph west on Edenton Street when he ran a red light at North Salisbury Street and slammed into a 2017 Hyundai. 

Clinding-Pulley's Nissan then went onto the sidewalk and plowed into a group of pedestrians. 

Five of those injured — two drivers and three pedestrians — were transported to local hospitals, according to police.

The wreck report shows the three pedestrians are from Sampson County. 

A pedestrian was pinned under the Nissan and had to be rescued by firefighters, police said.

The three pedestrians were all seriously injured, police said.


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