Monday, July 21, 2014

76-year-old runner apparently hit by car

Posted By on Mon, Jul 21, 2014 at 1:03 PM

Barry Livingston, 76, left for his morning run from his home on Auburn Drive about 6 a.m., Little Rock police said. He was found later along Hughes Street near Amherst Cove with a head injury and broken right leg, consistent, police said, with being struck by a vehicle. Livingston was hospitalized in critical condition and police are asking for information.

Livingston was found by another runner. His headphones were found near him in the grass. There are no sidewalks along the street where Livingston was found.

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