Press Release: Hit and Run Seriously Injures Woman in Crosswalk
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Hit and Run Seriously Injures Woman in Crosswalk
SAN DIEGO (July 3rd, 2018) – A 33-year-old woman crossing the street at the intersection of 47th Street and T Street in the Lincoln Park neighborhood was struck in a hit and run yesterday. At 1:00 P.M, the driver ran a red light and hit the woman in the crosswalk according to the San Diego Police Department’s Watch Commander’s Log.Read more
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On average, one person is injured every day in San Diego while driving, walking or bicycling. Traffic violence is now on par and exceeding the homicide rate in San Diego, and traffic collisions are the leading cause of accidental death for children ages 0 to 13 in the City. In 2016, 2,155 were injured and 107 people were killed walking and biking on our roads in San Diego County.
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