Child on Bike Hit and Injured by Vehicle at Alsacia and Honey Drive
BAY TERRACES, San Diego County (June 11, 2018) – A juvenile was injured after being struck by a vehicle in the area of Alsacia Street and Honey Drive Monday morning, according to Fox News.
As per the article, an unidentified young girl was riding a bicycle near the 6900 block of Alsacia Street when she was hit by a passing motorist.
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The collision resulted in serious injury to the juvenile, who was reportedly rushed to Rady Children’s Hospital for treatment. Medical records indicated the girl suffered a severe broken femur.
The identity of the child have not been disclosed thus far.
At this time, detectives continue to investigate exactly how and why the collision happened.
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A forensic examination of the bicycle and vehicle involved, as well as photos that were taken of the scene, will be made to help investigators determine the liability in the accident. Other potential factors will be looked into as well including whether or not a driver was under the influence at the time of the accident, whether or not a motorist was distracted, operating the vehicle recklessly, or traveling over the speed limit prior to impact. Each of these factors plus several others will be assessed allowing police officials to draw up a final conclusion.
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