28-Year-Old Woman Arrested after Pedestrian Accident on Main Street and South Mills Road
VENTURA, CA (May 31, 2018)– A woman was arrested after a car crash on Main Street, late Thursday afternoon.
According to police officials, the accident occurred just before 4:00 PM at Main Street and South Mills Road. The driver of the vehicle, 24-year old Sariah Cundiff of Ventura, was driving westbound on Main when she made a left turn onto Mills, and hit a pedestrian crossing the street.
The pedestrian complained of back pain, but refused to receive further treatment after being assessed by responding paramedics. No other injuries were reported in the incident.
Police learned during the investigation that Cundiff was driving a vehicle that had been reported stolen. Officers took Cundiff into custody and returned the vehicle to its rightful and registered owner. The suspect was arrested on suspicion of unlawful driving or taking of another vehicle and booked into the county jail, according to police. She remained in custody in lieu of a $35,000 bail and was scheduled to appear in Ventura County Superior Court at 1:30 PM the following Monday.
Paying attention to your surrounding for fellow motorists, pedestrians, and cyclists when behind the wheel is extremely important. By driving defensively and with full awareness of the road, dangerous accidents on the road can be prevented.
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