Pedestrian dies after being hit by two cars in Cannon Falls


A man who was crossing the road near Cannon Falls was hit and killed by two vehicles Sunday evening.

Patrick Daly, 42, of Stewartville, was crossing the southbound lanes of Highway 52 at County Road 24 when he was hit and killed by a Ford Fusion and a Dodge Neon, according to the State Patrol's incident report. The incident happened around 6 p.m.

A portion of the highway was closed to traffic while officials investigated the incident, ABC 6 reports.

Officials aren't sure why Daly was crossing the highway where there wasn't a designated pedestrian area, KARE 11 notes. It is unknown at this point whether alcohol was in the victim's system, the State Patrol noted.

The drivers of the vehicles that hit Daly were not injured. The State Patrol says no alcohol was detected on either driver.

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