USPS Delivery Truck Involved in Hit-and-Run Crash on 91 Freeway in Riverside, Injuries Reported
RIVERSIDE, CA (March 19, 2019) – A woman was injured following a hit-and-run crash Tuesday morning on 91 Freeway at 14th Street.
The crash happened around 9:36 a.m. involving a silver Honda sedan, a gold Toyota Camry and a USPS mail truck.
While the cause of the crash has not yet been determined, but the Honda reportedly drove off after the crash. The delivery truck pulled to the center divider.
A female occupant was bleeding from the crash and an ambulance unit was dispatched to give aid. The extent of injuries sustained was not immediately known.
An ongoing investigation continues to determine the ultimate cause of the accident and liability.
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