SAN DIEGO, CA – Man Injured in Scooter Crash at Rosecrans and Hancock Streets

SAN DIEGO, CA – Man Injured in Scooter Crash at Rosecrans and Hancock Streets

SAN DIEGO, CA – Man Injured in Scooter Crash at Rosecrans and Hancock Streets

Rider Hurt in San Diego Scooter Collision

 
SAN DIEGO, CA (March 4, 2019) – A man suffered a fractured leg late Saturday when his scooter collided with a pickup truck at Rosecrans and Hancock streets.
 
Paramedics arrived and transported the 46-year-old victim to an area hospital. According to Officer Robert Heims of the San Diego Police Department, the scooter rider suffered non-life-threatening injuries.
 
Around 10:25 p.m., the man was riding his 2016 Lance scooter southbound in the 3800 block Rosecrans Street. During this time, a 2002 Ford pickup truck heading north on Rosecrans Street struck the scooter rider as the rider transitioned to the left lane to head westbound on Hancock Street.
 
As a result, the broadside crash left the rider with a fractured leg and the 51-year-old man of the 2002 Ford uninjured.
 
Reports failed to mention whether the driver was cited or arrested. However, a follow-up investigation continues.
 
As drivers, we are becoming increasingly distracted in this day and age. Our smartphones can steal our attention and put us in dangerous situations. When driving put your smartphone away and concentrate on the road. Accidents happen at a split second, which is why it is critical that we pay close attention to the road ahead.


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