21-year-old Boise woman hit by a car in Moscow intersection
Monday afternoon, Nov. 26, just after 4:30 p.m., Idaho State Police were called to a pedestrian vs. vehicle accident in Moscow.
According to ISP, Grace Drynan, 21 of Boise, was crossing Main Street at the intersection of Styner Ave. in Moscow, using the designated crosswalk. Drynan was walking eastbound and a vehicle traveling northbound in the left lane had stopped for Drynan.
Norman Hovey, 83 of Moscow, was traveling northbound in the right outside lane.
"As Drynan stepped out from in front of the stopped vehicle into the right outside lane, she was struck by Hovey's pickup," said ISP. "Hovey failed to recognize that traffic had stopped for a pedestrian in the crosswalk, and Drynan failed to observe traffic had not stopped before stepping in front of a moving vehicle."
Hovey was cited for inattentive driving and Drynan was cited for unsafe walking in a crosswalk. According to ISP, Drynan was wearing semi dark clothing and had ear buds in. Hovey and his passenger, 80-year-old Sue Hovey, were both wearing seatbelts.
Drynan was transported to Gritman Hospital with unspecified injuries.