SAN DIEGO, California — A hit-and-run crash left one person injured on Knoxville Street, according to an article by CBS 8.
On March 11, a man in his 60s was knocked to the ground by a car at around 6:40 p.m. San Diego police said the hit-and-run driver allegedly sped out of Morena Mobile Village and struck the elderly.
At this time, the victim’s name was not yet released but officials affirmed he was taken to a hospital with a fractured skull and other injuries considered to be life-threatening.
Meanwhile, the article mentioned witnesses did see the suspect vehicle described as a 2003 Nissan Altima in a silver or grey color with the license plate number 6PBX536 and damage to the front right side.
The search for the hit-and-run suspect was on until Sunday.
Additional details were not immediately available.
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