Two Children and Woman Injured in Accident Outside of University City Starbucks
SAN DIEGO, CA (February 26, 2018) – Two children and a woman sustained injuries when a pick-up truck hit tables and parked cars outside a University City Starbucks on Monday morning.
The crash happened about 8 AM outside the coffee shop at 3202 Governor Drive at Regents Road, according to San Diego Police. The 85-year-old driver of the truck jumped the curb, crashing into customers at a Starbucks coffee shop located near the University City Post Office.
Police did not release details about the condition of the 6-year-old girl who was transported to the hospital with unknown injuries. A 2-year-old girl had an injury to her lip but did not need intensive treatment. San Diego police also confirmed that one woman sustained minor cuts and verbalized that she was in pain.
San Diego Police did not disclose what caused the crash and no other details have been announced about the accident at this time.
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