23-Year-Old Woman Injured in Hit-And-Run Crash on Magnolia Street [Garden Grove, CA]

23-Year-Old Woman Injured in Hit-And-Run Crash on Magnolia Street [Garden Grove, CA]

23-Year-Old Woman Injured in Hit-And-Run Crash on Magnolia Street [Garden Grove, CA]

23-Year-Old Woman Injured in Hit-And-Run Crash on Magnolia Street [Garden Grove, CA]

Woman Suffers Head Injuries in a Hit-And-Run Crash on Magnolia Street in Garden Grove

 
Garden Grove, CA (January 8, 2021) – Friday morning, a 23-year-old woman suffered serious head injuries in a hit-and-run crash on Magnolia Street.
 
The crash happened at around 11 a.m on January 8.
 
According to reports, the driver of a gold Toyota traveling northbound on Magnolia Street didn’t stop at a red light at Stanford Avenue, then slammed into an SUV.
 
The Toyota, however, fled the scene. Two men and the woman, a passenger, were inside the vehicle.
 
Then the woman was found in a nearby neighborhood. She was taken to the hospital for her head injuries.
 
Moreover, the SUV driver sustained minor injuries but was treated at the scene.
 
Police said the driver of the SUV was not under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
 
Furthermore, investigators learned that the Toyota was stolen from Anaheim earlier that day.

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