Casper Police Respond to Reported Pedestrian-Vehicle Collision at 2nd and Beverly Streets


sergeant. Casper Police Department’s Krugler told K2 Radio News that the pedestrian involved in the accident was crossing the intersection of 2nd Street and Beverly Street without the crosswalk sign, and that the pedestrian was also walking at the exterior of the crosswalk area.

The driver of the vehicle was not named.

sergeant. Krugler said the pedestrian was taken to Banner Wyoming Medical Center with non-life-threatening injuries.

The scene was cleared and traffic resumed as normal.


Casper police officers and other first responders arrived at the scene of a reported pedestrian-vehicle collision, which occurred at the intersection of 2nd Street and Beverly Street in Casper.

Dispatch first called in the report, saying a vehicle had collided with a pedestrian. The dispatcher said there were “broken bones” but the pedestrian was “breathing well”.

Nick Perkins, Townsquare Media

Nick Perkins, Townsquare Media

Several officers, as well as a Casper Fire-EMS truck and an ambulance were at the scene.

The extent of the pedestrian’s injuries is currently unknown. It is also not known whether the driver of the vehicle was injured. It is unclear what caused the collision or who was at fault.

K2 Radio News has contacted the Casper Police Department and will update this developing story as more information becomes available.

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