Pedestrian killed in early Saturday morning Beltline crash | Crime

A pedestrian was killed when a vehicle hit him on the Beltline early Saturday morning, Madison Police said.

Police responded to a single vehicle crash in the westbound lanes of Highway 12 near Agriculture Drive at about 5:10 am

The pedestrian who was hit died at the scene, police said. The driver is cooperating with the investigation.

The investigation is ongoing and anyone with information regarding this traffic incident is encouraged to call Madison Area Crime Stoppers at 266-6014.

Photos: Madison’s most dangerous intersections, as seen from space

No. 10: Packers Avenue and International Lane

Number of crashes: 19

Top received violation: Failure to yield while making a left turn.

No. 9: Zeier Road and East Washington Avenue

No.  9: Zeier Road and East Washington Avenue

Number of crashes: 19

Top received violation: Listed as N/A, but the second most common violation involved inattentive driving.

No. 8: South Park Street and West Badger Road

No.  8: South Park Street and West Badger Road

Number of crashes: 20

Top received violation: Listed as N/A, but the second most common violation involved running red lights.

No. 7: Thierer Road and East Washington Avenue

No.  7: Thierer Road and East Washington Avenue

Number of crashes: 20

Top received violation: Listed as N/A, but the second most common violation involved running red lights.

No. 6: North First Street and East Washington Avenue

No.  6: North First Street and East Washington Avenue

Number of crashes: 21

Top received violation: Failure to yield while making a left turn.

No. 5: Buckeye Road and South Stoughton Road

No.  5: Buckeye Road and South Stoughton Road

Number of crashes: 22

Top received violation: Failure to yield while making a left turn.

No. 4: South Baldwin Street and East Washington Avenue

No.  4: South Baldwin Street and East Washington Avenue

Number of crashes: 22

Top received violation: Listed as N/A, but the second most common violation involved failure to yield right of way.

No. 3: North Stoughton Road and East Washington Avenue

No.  3: North Stoughton Road and East Washington Avenue

Number of crashes: 23

Top received violation: Listed as N/A. The second most common violation was tied, which involved running red lights or inattentive driving.

No. 2: Watts Road and South Gambon Road

No.  2: Watts Road and South Gambon Road

Number of crashes: 24

Top received violation: Listed as N/A, but the second most common violation involved running red lights.

No. 1: Pleasant View Road and Mineral Point

No.  1: Pleasant View Road and Mineral Point

Number of crashes: 30

Top received violation: Listed as N/A, but the second most common violation involved failure to yield.

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