Teenage Girl Hurt in Crash at Street Takeover Anaheim Plaza
ANAHEIM, Calif. (Oct. 22, 2020) — Preston Shea, 19, of Anaheim, was arrested after he struck and injured an 18-year-old girl in a street takeover crash early Thursday in the parking lot at Anaheim Plaza.
Preston was arrested on suspicion of felony hit and run, reckless driving causing great bodily injury and assault with a deadly weapon, Anaheim Police said.
The pedestrian was hospitalized after the Anaheim collision. The incident was reported at 1:30 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 22nd at 430 North Euclid Street, according to the Anaheim Police Department.
Police say the woman was hit by a driver who was doing donuts in a vehicle at the parking lot of the Anaheim shopping center.
Preston Shea Arrested after Crash at Anaheim Shopping Center
Furthermore, there were several hundred cars taking part in the takeover at Anaheim Plaza. Additionally, a video of the incident shows the teenager was clipped by the back of the vehicle as it was performing donuts. She was flipped into the air and landed on the pavement.
Shortly after the collision, paramedics responded to the crowded scene and located the injured teen. Meanwhile, she was transported by ambulance to a hospital with moderate injuries, police said. The police report did not say what her injuries were.
After the collision, the driver involved fled the scene, however, police found the person and took them into custody. In conclusion, the Anaheim Police Department is heading up the investigation and will determine what charges to be filed.
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