56-Year-Old Woman Sustains Injuries in Todd Road Collision
Vancouver, WA (March 31, 2022) – On Tuesday, the authorities arrested 20-year-old Bradley Kintin of Vancouver in an East Fourth Plain Boulevard hit-and-run crash that injured a 56-year-old woman.
It was about 4:30 p.m. when the incident took place at the intersection with Todd Road.
Officers say the woman was struck in the middle of the crosswalk as Kintin failed to yield.
Apparently, the woman was crossing at a green light and several vehicles already stopped for the crossing.
Immediately, the paramedics took the injured woman to a local hospital with multiple injuries.
However, Kintin continued eastbound after the collision.
Later on, the authorities located Kintin’s vehicle described as a metallic silver or blue Honda Pilot at a Vancouver home.
The officers arrested Kintin and booked him into the Clark County jail for vehicular assault and hit-and-run injury.
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