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Sesame Street Legend Loretta Long Recovering After Being Hit By Car

Feb. 11 2010, Published 3:26 p.m. ET

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Sesame Street legend Loretta Long is recovering in a hospital after being struck by a car, can reveal. She has been listed as being in stable condition.

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Long, who played Susan Robinson on the popular kids show since it’s debut in 1969, was hit by a car and carried seventy feet before being dumped on the road as she crossed Route 130 at Dutch Neck Road in New Jersey.

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The veteran actress had just visited a McDonald’s restaurant on Tuesday at around 6:45pm when the accident happened.

Long was taken to Capital Health at Fuld Hospital in Trenton.

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She suffered a broken tibia and a head injury and underwent CAT scans to determine the full extent of her injuries.

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The driver of the other vehicle, Eugene Ofman, 66, claims that he did not see Long as she crossed Route 130 as he made a left turn from Dutch Neck Road.

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“The matter remains under investigation by the East Winsdsor Police Department’s Unit and Mercer County Serious Collision Response Team,” a police spokesperson said.

Long was reportedly in good spirits despite being in a lot of pain following the horror traffic accident.



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