LEWISTON — Police had a busy Friday as they were called to investigate two pedestrian crashes and a toddler falling from a window, according to a news release.

A pedestrian, Bruce Martin, 35, of Lewiston, was the victim of a hit-and-run around 9 p.m. near 855 Lisbon St., according to Lewiston police spokesman Derrick St. Laurent.

Martin remains in serious condition at Maine Medical Center in Portland, he said.

Witnesses told police “the vehicle involved had fled the scene,” according to St. Laurent.

The driver, Jeena Garant of Lewiston, turned herself in at the police station around 11 p.m. and cooperated with the investigation. St. Laurent said she was charged with aggravated leaving the scene of a serious personal injury accident and aggravated operating under the influence.

That was the second pedestrian accident of the day. Earlier, police responded to a call about an adult male pedestrian being struck and killed by a commercial vehicle on Main Street between Bates and Park streets. Police had closed parts of Main Street for two hours to reconstruct the accident.

A pedestrian was struck and killed at the intersection of Main and Middle streets Friday in Lewiston. Another pedestrian was struck later in the day.  Andree Kehn/Sun Journal

On Saturday, St. Laurent said the 64-year-old man died from what was likely an “intentional act.” Investigators came to the conclusion after performing witness interviews and viewing nearby surveillance footage, he said. The identity of the man has not been released.

Police also responded to 82 Pine St. around 6 p.m. for report of a 3-year-old who fell out of a fourth-floor window.

St. Laurent said the child was brought to Central Maine Medical Center in Lewiston for treatment of minor injuries. No other details were provided.

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