Pedestrian seems like the culprit here. Even if it was the car though, fault or no fault; doesn't matter if you're dead.
If you're at the bottom of the food chain (which you are as a pedestrian), boots on the ground, doesn't matter if it's at work, walking on the street or whatever. You need to have your head on a swivel with maximum situational awareness. You alone are responsible for yourself regardless of who's right it is, who will be wrong if something happens, etc.
I live downtown in a major city, I see it everyday. Pedestrians distracted by electronic devices and/or with zero situational awareness. See people regularly walk right out into traffic mumbling stuff like "the cross now sign is on I'm in the right", the cross now sign and crosswalk isn't a force field, if that truck skids you can be right all you want but you'll be the one who gets paralyzed or worse dead.
I blame first world entitlement, people from third world countries where there are no rules and you basically need to have your A game on anytime you go out in public whether that's for traffic or getting hustled don't seem to fall victim to this type of stuff. This type of stuff seems to claim first world entitlement born in America types walking around earbuds in, face buried deep in their phone with zero idea of what's going on around them.
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