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Hudson man struck by car Wednesday suffered serious injuries

HUDSON – A 71-year-old local man who suffered serious injuries in a Wednesday evening auto-pedestrian accident remained in Lahey Clinic in Burlington, Mass., on Thursday night.

Paul Quinter, who was struck by a car on Lowell Road around 5 p.m. Wednesday, was first taken to St. Joseph Hospital in Nashua before being transferred to Burlington, police said. ...

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HUDSON – A 71-year-old local man who suffered serious injuries in a Wednesday evening auto-pedestrian accident remained in Lahey Clinic in Burlington, Mass., on Thursday night.

Paul Quinter, who was struck by a car on Lowell Road around 5 p.m. Wednesday, was first taken to St. Joseph Hospital in Nashua before being transferred to Burlington, police said.

Police described his injuries as serious. A hospital spokeswoman confirmed Thursday that Quinter is a patient there.

Police later release a statement saying Quinter is stable.

Police identified the driver of the 1999 Volkswagen station wagon that struck Quinter as Raymond Dionne, 64, of Hudson. Police didn’t specify if any charges are pending.

They said the incident happened on Lowell Road in front of T-Bones Plaza. Quinter, police said, was crossing Lowell Road toward Palmer’s Market when he was struck.

The department’s Crash Investigation Reconstruction Team is investigating the accident, police said.

– DEAN SHALHOUP