Lewiston Police are investigating after two motor vehicle-pedestrian incidents on Friday, and a child who fell from a 4th floor window.

Where Was the First Pedestrian-Involved Crash?

Their busy day began just after 2:30 when officers were sent to the area of Main and Middle Streets for a report of a pedestrian who had been struck by a vehicle. When they arrived, officers found a deceased man in the roadway. They closed the road to traffic for many hours while accident reconstruction experts worked.

Investigators interviewed several witnesses and watched surveillance footage before concluding that the 'accident' appears to have been an 'intentional act' by the pedestrian. Police have not yet released the 64-year-old man's name.

Did the Child Survive the Fall?

It was just before 6 pm, when officers went to 82 Pine Street for a report of a 3-year-old child who had fallen from a 4th floor window. The child was taken to Central Maine Medical Center and is believed, amazingly, to have only suffered minor injuries. Police have not commented on what caused the child to go out the window.

How Did the Second Pedestrian-Involved Crash Happen?

The second pedestrian-involved incident happened at around 9:00 Friday night in the area of 855 Lisbon Street. When police arrived, they found a seriously injured pedestrian, identified as 35-year-old Bruce Martin of Lewiston, who had been hit by a vehicle. Witnesses told the officers that the vehicle had fled the scene.

Two hours later, Jeena Garant walked into the Lewiston Police Department's lobby and confessed to hitting the pedestrian on Lisbon Street with her vehicle. She cooperated with investigators and has now been charged with aggravated leaving the scene of a serious personal injury accident, as well as aggravated operating under the influence.

At the last report, Mr. Martin remained in serious condition at Maine Medical Center in Portland.

Anyone with information about any of these incidents is encouraged to contact the Lewiston Police Department at 207-513-3001, and ask for Lieutenant Derrick St. Laurent.

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