Kettering, OH (January 19, 2024) – Authorities in Kettering reported a pedestrian accident with injuries on Tuesday, January 16th. The crash occurred around 4:20 p.m. on Shroyer Road.

According to police, Peyton Makeena Rose, of Franklin, was driving a 2012 Ford Escape when she tried to pull out of a private driveway onto Shroyer Road. When Rose exited the driveway, she failed to see a pedestrian walking on Shroyer Road. Rose’s vehicle struck the pedestrian, resulting in injuries. The victim was identified as Alexis McCalligan, of Kettering. McCalligan was evaluated by the Kettering Fire Department and was later transported to Kettering Hospital with injuries to her right foot and right hip. There is no further update on her condition at this time. She was in a crosswalk at the time she was struck.

Following an investigation, officers charged Rose with failing to yield to a pedestrian. There were no additional injuries reported and no further information is available at this time.

We want to offer our thoughts and well wishes to Alexis McCalligan following this pedestrian accident in Kettering. We hope for a complete and speedy recovery.

Pedestrian Accidents in Ohio  Kettering, OH – Pedestrian Hurt in Accident on Shroyer Rd.

Pedestrian accidents do not occur as often as other types of crashes in Ohio. However, whey they do occur, they are more likely to result in injuries. The reason should be relatively obvious as pedestrians have little protection from the force and full impact of a car accident. When they are struck by vehicles, pedestrians can suffer major injuries such as:

  • Head trauma or TBIs
  • Broken bones
  • Neck and spinal cord trauma
  • Strains and sprains
  • Scarring and disfigurement
  • Death

Many serious pedestrian crashes occur on Ohio’s roadways each year. In a majority of these accidents, the pedestrian is not at fault. Instead, the driver of the vehicle most often failed to see or yield to the injured victim and, in the process, caused a collision to occur. If you or a family member have been impacted by a pedestrian crash in Ohio, it is important to have a full understanding of your legal rights as soon as possible.

Here at Attkisson Law Firm, we know what needs to be done in order to protect your legal rights. Our team has represented injured victims for many years and during this time we have recovered millions of dollars in settlements and verdicts. Handling an injury case takes a unique blend of skill and experience and our team is ready to assist you.

We are standing by to take your call at any time. We always offer free consultations and case evaluations for all potential and prospective clients. When you need a tough and aggressive law firm, you can count on us to deliver results. There is no financial obligation until we have obtained a recovery for you. To schedule your team to speak with a pedestrian accident lawyer in Kettering, please reach out to us using our online intake form or give us a call at (937) 632-1175.

Note: Our team of writers utilizes a variety of external sources to gather information to produce this post. These sources range from news outlet reports and local and state police reports to social media posts, eyewitness accounts, and other relevant data concerning accidents in Dayton and throughout Ohio. While we strive for accuracy, we do not independently verify the facts surrounding these injury accidents. If you discover any inaccuracies in our reports, please inform us immediately. We are committed to correcting errors promptly. Additionally, we will consider removing a story if requested. 

Disclaimer: For many years, the attorneys at Attkisson Law Firm have dedicated themselves to assisting injured accident victims and their families throughout Ohio. We want to encourage everyone to slow down and operate motor vehicles with caution. Please note this post is not an attempt to solicit business. The information provided herein should not be considered medical or legal advice. Additionally, the photograph accompanying this post was not taken at the accident scene.