Woman Seriously Injured in Pedestrian Accident on Grandon Avenue [San Marcos, CA]

Woman Seriously Injured in Pedestrian Accident on Grandon Avenue [San Marcos, CA]

Woman Seriously Injured in Pedestrian Accident on Grandon Avenue [San Marcos, CA]

1 Hospitalized after San Marcos Pedestrian Accident on Grandon Avenue

 
SAN MARCOS, CA (June 24, 2019) – A woman sustained serious injuries after a pedestrian accident on Grandon Avenue on June 21.
 
Deputies came to the scene around 2:10 p.m. after reports of a pedestrian accident. The crash involved a 74-year-old pedestrian and a vehicle at 1607 Grandon Avenue, Sgt. Nicholas Maryn of the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department said.
 
According to a preliminary investigation, a 73-year-old female driver then backed up the vehicle when it hit the victim.
 
Responders transported the victim to a hospital with serious injuries. However, police classified the injuries as non-life threatening.
 
Meanwhile, the driver remained at the scene and helped with the investigation. As a result, authorities ruled out drugs or alcohol as a factor in the collision.
 
The sheriff’s San Marcos Traffic Division currently investigates the collision.
 
When behind the wheel, it is important to always be attentive. Be on the lookout for pedestrians, bicyclists, and motorcyclists. As a bicyclist, make sure to suit yourself with the proper biking equipment. In addition, obey traffic laws and be cautious of your surroundings. As a result, you can prevent unforeseen accidents and keep yourself and others safe on the road.


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