School Employee Seriously Injured After Hit-and-Run Accident at Thousand Oaks High School
LOCATION: Thousand Oaks
DATE OF COLLISION: Friday, February 8th
February 21, 2019 – A school employee, identified as Lisa Solis, was hospitalized following an alleged hit-and-run collision at Thousand Oaks High School.
The incident happened on February 8, Friday, around 8 p.m.
According to ABC News, Solis was just outside of an ongoing basketball game at Thousand Oaks High School. Officials believed Solis witnessed a 16-year-old suspect stole money from a concession stand, and she then tried to stop the teen.
Primary reports indicated the juvenile suspect ran to their vehicle, and Solis chased them. The school employee apparently stood in front of the vehicle, but authorities said the teen ran over Solis as they fled the scene.
Lisa Solis Critical After Being Struck by Vehicle at TOHS Campus, February 8
Immediately after the collision, Solis was rushed to the hospital where she was listed in critical condition. The patient suffered an extensive hemorrhaging and a broken jaw, ribs and leg, according to family members.
Solis is identified as the Activities Assistant for Thousand Oaks High School.
Meanwhile, deputies were reportedly able to locate the hit-and-run suspect. The juvenile, whose identity remained undisclosed due to his age, was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon and booked at the Juvenile Justice Center.
Further investigation on the case is underway.
Personal Injury Lawyer
Based on this news report, it appears that the teenager who allegedly intentionally struck Ms. Lisa Solis will be held responsible for the accident that resulted in life-threatening injuries to an innocent person.
Pending results of the investigation, the family members of Ms. Solis may file a personal injury lawsuit against the at-fault. If you, or your loved one, have been involved in a hit-and-run collision and you are unsure of what steps to take, contact our experienced personal injury lawyers today at 855-703-4186 and allow us to provide you with a free case consultation.