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Woman Hospitalized after Car Crashes into Cemetery near 38th Street and Imperial Avenue [SAN DIEGO, CA]

Ex-Boyfriend Crashes Car into Cemetery and Takes Off Leaving Woman Injured

 
SAN DIEGO, CA (August 19, 2019) – A 30-year-old woman was hospitalized after she was dragged into a cemetery while hanging onto a car driven by her ex-boyfriend.
 
The crash happened around 2:00 a.m. at the Mount Hope Cemetery near the intersection of 38th Street and Imperial Avenue, according to San Diego police.
 
According to a report, the woman and a male friend grabbed onto the car’s windows as the ex- boyfriend drove off. The car crashed through a fence and destroyed at least three tombstones before coming to a stop.
 
After the crash, the ex-boyfriend then got out of the car and ran away.
 
Officers responded to the scene and found the woman lying in the cemetery next to an Infiniti sedan.
 
Paramedics transported the woman to a hospital for treatment of her injuries. It was not immediately clear if her male friend was injured in the crash.
 
Officers searched the area for the Infiniti driver, but were unable to locate him.
 
Investigation of this incident is ongoing.
 
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