Four people, including a baby delivered in an emergency operation, are hospitalized in critical or serious condition after a pair of auto-pedestrian accidents in Clearfield Thursday night.

One of the victims is the driver of the car that initially struck the first pedestrian. She and a second person, a teen who was nine months pregnant, were struck by a second car while kneeling in the street over the first victim, according to Clearfield police.The incident started just before 8 p.m. when David Nelson, 27, Clearfield, was struck by a car driven by Brandy Fullmer, 17, Clearfield, when Nelson was crossing State Street at 1150 South, according to police.

Fullmer and a teenager, Crystal Conduer, 15, Clearfield, were kneeling over Nelson, who was lying in the street in front of Fullmer's car, when they were struck by a car driven by Sandra Cain, also of Clearfield, according to police.

Nelson was first taken to Davis North Hospital, then transferred to LDS Hospital, where he is listed in serious condition with head injuries and numerous fractures.

Conduer was was taken to LDS Hospital by air ambulance and is listed in critical condition with head injuries. Her infant, delivered in an emergency Caesareansection, is also listed in critical condition in the hospital's infant intensive care unit, according to police.

Fullmer was airlifted to University Medical Center where she was listed in stable condition with head injuries and fractures, police said.

No citations were issued and the accident is still under investigation, police said.

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