ROCKLAND — A pedestrian received a minor injury Wednesday when a sports utility vehicle ran over her foot in a shopping center parking lot.

Shortly before 10 a.m. Nov. 16, Julie Strong, 65, of Thomaston, was driving a 2016 SUV within the parking lot of Hannaford, according to Rockland police. Strong was looking left down an aisle for a parking space when a pedestrian came from within the store and crossed paths with the SUV.

The pedestrian, Kathleen Heimbecker, 72, of South Thomaston, had her foot run over causing a minor injury.

Rockland police said the case is still under investigation to determine if there will be charges.

This is the third local car/pedestrian incident in the past three weeks.

On Oct. 27, Lorraine Hall, 70, of Rockland, died when struck by a pickup truck at a crosswalk on Suffolk Street at the intersection of Ocean Street in Rockland. Rockland police said the sun being in the driver’s eyes was a contributing factor with the Rockland crash.

On Nov. 2,  James Read, 89, of Connecticut, was struck at about 6 p.m. in front of the Hampton Inn on Route 1 in Thomaston.

Thomaston Police Chief Tim Hoppe told the Thomaston Select Board this week that a reconstruction of the crash showed there was no way the operator of that vehicle could see the pedestrian. There is nothing the driver could have done, he said, to avoid striking the pedestrian.

The chief said he was in contact with a camera company last week and it sent him some free cameras. The camera will monitor public spaces and records live so police can watch it on their phones. He said one is planned for the intersection of Route 1 and the entrance to the shopping center that has Wal-Mart.

“That’s an interesting intersection, we have a lot of crashes there,” the chief said.