Elderly man hit, killed by car while chasing dog into street in Sandy

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SANDY, Utah — A 90-year-old man was hit and killed in Sandy Friday night, and police said the man was a resident at a nearby retirement home who had chased his dog into the street.

Lt. Jon Arnold of the Sandy Police Department said the man was hit and killed by a westbound vehicle on 10600 South near State Street. FOX 13 News first heard report of the incident just after 9 p.m.

The victim has been identified as David Feldman, who was a resident at a nearby retirement home. Arnold said the man was chasing a dog into the street when he was hit.

The driver of the vehicle that hit the man remained at the scene and is cooperating.

FOX 13 News will have further information as it becomes available.

1 Comment

  • Rick

    Sad. The old man was probably so panicked about the safety of his dog that he didn’t think to look.
    I don’t know that I could stand on the curb and watch one of my dogs be potentially run over…
    I hope that the driver and the senior’s kin can all come to peace with this.

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