Colleen Fitch, of Wilmore, has been admitted into the ER at University of Kentucky Chandler Medical Center after she was stuck by a truck on Main Street Monday morning.
Fitch is listed in stable condition as of Tuesday but officials would not elaborate on her injuries.
Fitch was hit by a truck while crossing Main Street at the Maple Street intersection.
The accident occurred around 11 a.m. Monday morning, and shut down the street in front of the courthouse for nearly a half hour.
A small black 4x4 Chevorlet had a green light and was turning left off East Maple Street onto Main Street in front of the courthouse when it hit Fitch who was in the crosswalk.
The traffic light does not have a turn signal and the police report cites "inattention" to the human factor of the accident.
The driver, James Pridemore of Nicholasville, told police he did not see the woman crossing the road when he side-swiped the pedestrian at approximately 10 mph.
"All the witnesses corroborate the driver's story," Nicholasville Police Cpl. Benjamin Rugg said.
Nicholasville police, fire and EMS departments responded to the scene along with Jessamine County Jailer Jon Sallee who stated he was just driving by when saw the woman and stopped to help.
A witness at the scene said that he only heard the truck strike the woman but that it was so loud he thought it was two vehicles colliding.
Police officials said they do not suspect illegal factors attributing to the accident and allowed the driver of the truck to leave the scene.
There was only very minor damage to the vehicle.