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Pedestrian struck, critically injured by Baltimore fire department vehicle with lights, sirens on

A pedestrian was hospitalized in critical condition after being struck by a Baltimore City Fire Department battalion chief heading to another incident in a departmental SUV Sunday night, officials said.

The pedestrian, whose identity was not released, was hit about 8:30 p.m. in the 1700 block of East North Avenue, said Detective Donny Moses, a Baltimore Police Department spokesman.

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The battalion chief, who was driving with his vehicle’s lights and sirens on, was taken to a hospital for an evaluation and released, fire department spokeswoman Blair Adams said.

The name of the battalion chief was not released.

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The crash remains under investigation by the police department’s crash team, Moses said.

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