Pedestrian was hit by vehicle in residential neighborhood. Pedestrian did not use a crosswalk and the vehicle was driving the speed limit. Can the driver still be found at-fault?Pedestrian crossed the road at the intersection but there was no marked crosswalk. The driver did not have any stop signs or red lights. For instance, the intersection of Street A and Street B only has stop signs placed at Street A. Driver was driving on Street B and Pedestrian was walking on Street A. Pedestrian was hit near the middle of the street.
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