A woman was hit by a car Friday on the University of Minnesota's West Bank campus. She was walking in a crosswalk by the Carlson School of Management when she did not have a walk sign, according to KTSP.
The woman was taken to Hennepin County Medical Center and police Chief Greg Hestness said he doesn't believe the woman's injuries are life-threatening, according to the Minnesota Daily.
Friday's accident marks the third involving a pedestrian or bicyclist on campus in the past week, KTSP said.
The green sedan's driver said that he didn't see the young woman crossing the street as he turned the corner, the Minnesota Daily said.
After the incident, witnesses said they saw emergency responders giving the woman mouth-to-mouth before they loaded her into the ambulance. They all hoped she was ok, according to the Minnesota Daily.