A 35-year-old man was taken to University of Cincinnati Medical Center after he was struck on westbound Interstate 275 between Montgomery Road and northbound I-71 late Sunday, Montgomery police said.
Jeremy Williams of Cincinnati was walking across the highway when the accident occurred at 11:16 p.m., police said.
They said he is at fault, and officers are still investigating why he was on the highway.
Williams was released earlier Sunday evening from Bethesda North Hospital, and then he was taken right back after he was struck, police said.
It was not clear early Monday whey he was at the hospital earlier Sunday, police said.
Doctors stabilized Williams at Bethesda North and then transferred him to University of Cincinnati Medical Center, according to police.
His condition was not available early Monday.
The driver of the striking vehicle stopped and is cooperating with officers, they said.
The highway was briefly shut down due to the crash but has since reopened.
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