Vehicles Run Over Pedestrian, Hit Fire Hydrant In Separate Cornelius Crashes

New Stryker vehicles arrive at Fort Carson, just in time for winter conditions

Around the same time, a driver lost control of their pickup and hit a fire hydrant near South 4th Street and Cherry Drive . The impact moved the hydrant and caused water to leak into the roadway, Johnston said. <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.oregonlive.com/forest-grove/index.ssf/2014/02/vehicles_run_over_pedestrian_h.html

The new Strykers - 336 are expected to arrive at the post in the coming weeks - will be used by 4,500 1st Brigade soldiers, which is adding an infantry battalion of about 700 soldiers as part of the transformation. The changes will leave Fort Carson with a heavy armored brigade, a light infantry brigade and the Strykers, making the 4th Infantry Division one of the most flexible units in the Army. <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://gazette.com/new-stryker-vehicles-arrive-at-fort-carson-just-in-time-for-winter-conditions/article/1514184

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