Pedestrian Injured in DUI Accident on Brix Street [San Diego, CA]

Pedestrian Injured in DUI Accident on Brix Street [San Diego, CA]

Pedestrian Injured in DUI Accident on Brix Street [San Diego, CA]

Woman Arrested After Suspected DUI Crash Near Armstrong Street

 
SAN DIEGO, CA (September 28, 2019) – A pedestrian sustained injuries in a DUI accident in the 7400 block of Brix Street on Saturday morning.
 
According to the California Highway Patrol, the accident happened near Armstrong Street around 9:00 AM.
 
Based on a report, a woman drove northbound when she struck a pedestrian and his parked vehicle. Witnesses said the vehicle involved drove erratically and side-swiping a semi-truck and trailer before the accident.
 
The 61-year-old pedestrian fell sideways and to the ground. The paramedics transported the victim to a hospital with major injuries. However, the victim is paralyzed from the chest down.
 
The woman allegedly drove home, a mere eight houses away, and went inside. However, police took her into custody a short time later in connection with a felony hit-and-run causing serious injury.
 
The San Diego Police Department Traffic Division is investigation the accident. However, police have not released additional information at this time.
 
Driving under the influence of liquor and other prohibited substances is extremely dangerous. In addition, it can lead to road accidents resulting in injuries, damages, and deaths.


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