Pedestrian Hospitalized After Being Struck by Car in San Diego
SAN DIEGO, CA (May 1, 2019)– A woman suffered serious injuries in Tuesday’s pedestrian accident on Harbor Drive near South 28th Street.
According to San Diego Police Officer John Buttle, the incident happened around 12:15 a.m.
Reports say a 60-year-old man driving a 2006 Volkswagen sedan eastbound on Harbor Drive struck the woman as she attempted to cross Harbor Drive northbound.
As a result of the crash, paramedics brought the 26-year-old to a hospital with a fractured pelvis.
Meanwhile, officers questioned the driver and subsequently ruled out impairment as a possible factor in the accident. However, an investigation of this case is underway.
We can evade serious pedestrian accidents by preparing for danger. By driving responsibly and carefully, we’ll have better control of the road and be prepared for unforeseen risks. Some tips to keep in mind include watching your speed and scanning the roadway for anyone who may be potentially crossing the street.
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