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60-Year-Old Man Seriously Injured in Pedestrian Accident on Rosecrans Street and Laning Road [San Diego, CA]

60-Year-Old Man Seriously Injured in Pedestrian Accident on Rosecrans Street and Laning Road [San Diego, CA]

60-Year-Old Man Seriously Injured in Pedestrian Accident on Rosecrans Street and Laning Road [San Diego, CA]

1 Hurt in San Diego Pedestrian Accident on Rosecrans Street

 
SAN DIEGO, CA (October 3, 2019) – A 60-year-old man sustained serious injuries in a pedestrian accident on Rosecrans Street on October 2.
 
According to the San Diego Police Department, the pedestrian used a crosswalk at Rosecrans Street and Laning Road at around 5:30 p.m. when the car hit him.
 
The SDPD added that the 55-year-old Ford Fusion driver had a green turn light. As the vehicle turns right from Laning Road to Rosecrans Street, the pedestrian had a cross signal.
 
The impact left the pedestrian with life-threatening injuries to his head. Responders took him to the hospital.
 
Meanwhile, the SDPD clarified that the driver is not under the influence of alcohol. It’s still unknown whether the driver is at fault for the crash.
 
The authorities are still investigating the collision.
 
As pedestrians, we are also responsible of the laws. It is important to follow these rules to avoid accidents that can lead to injuries and worst, death.


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