A White Plains man working as a parking attendant at a lot in downtown Port Chester was stuck by a car and suffered a leg injury, according to Port Chester police.
The 22-year-old who was working in the Metropolitan Transportation Authority-owned lot on Broad Street was struck about 8 p.m. on Friday by a car driven by a 41-year-old Greenwich, CT, woman police said. The injured man was working in the lot for a show at the nearby Capitol Theatre, police said.
The driver told police that she did not see the worker as she was making a turn in the parking lot in her 2009 Honda. The worker was taken by ambulance to Westchester County Medical Center in Valhalla for treatment of a possible broken leg, police said.
After an investigation of the accident, police said neither alcohol nor drugs were involved, and no tickets were issued in connection with the incident.