A West Seattle man was injured on Monday when he decided to jog to work to do his part in easing the traffic congestion resulting from the viaduct closure.

Pedestrian Injured on Lower Spokane Street Bridge | Seattle Injury Lawyer


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10/27/2011
Andrew Kim
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As reported by King 5 News, Tim Nelson of West Seattle was trying to do his part in reducing traffic congestion caused by the viaduct closure by jogging to work in downtown Seattle.  But shortly after 8:00 a.m. Monday morning, he was struck by a semi-truck and sent to Harborview Medical Center.

Directly below the West Seattle Bridge, Nelson was jogging on the Lower Spokane Bridge when the semi-truck hit him.  It is still unclear as to the cause of the accident.

In the intensive care unit at Harborview Medical Center, Nelson is recovering from a broken back, shoulder and arm as well as a fractured skull and a collapsed lung.

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