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Driver headed the wrong way hits two pedestrians crossing Chicago’s Magnificent Mile.

A driver headed the wrong way on Michigan Avenue during Friday evening rush hour, struck two pedestrians crossing the street near the 200 block of North Michigan Avenue. Chicago Fire Department Paramedics arrived on the scene, taking the victims to Northwestern Memorial Hospital for treatment. Chicago Police cited the driver with several traffic violations, including negligent driving and disobeying a red light.

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