School Employee Hit by Car on School Crosswalk on 4th Street [Chula Vista, CA]

School Employee Hit by Car on School Crosswalk on 4th Street [Chula Vista, CA]

School Employee Hit by Car on School Crosswalk on 4th Street [Chula Vista, CA]

Pedestrian Accident on Lilian J. Rice Elementary School Crosswalk near L Street

 
CHULA VISTA, CA (September 4, 2019) – A car hit a school employee in the school crosswalk on 4th Street on Wednesday morning.
 
According to the California Highway Patrol, the collision happened near L Street at approximately 9:45 AM. Based on the report, the victim is an employee of Lilian J. Rice Elementary School. In addition, she crossed the street trying to get to her teaching job when an SUV hit her.
 
The condition of the victim is not yet known.
 
In addition, reports showed that parents have raised concerns about traffic conditions in the area. In addition, this comes amid other accidents that have happened in the past.
 
Anyone with information on the crash is asked to call the Chula Vista police.
 
Always follow traffic regulations and always give way to pedestrians crossing at crosswalks. In addition, follow driving laws and be careful when behind the wheel. As a result, you can keep yourself and others around you safe.


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