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04 September 2014 By James M. Johnson 0 comments

Redlands East Valley High School Student Flees After Hitting Security Guard

REDLANDS, California (September 4, 2014) –   Police are looking for a high school student who struck and injured a Redlands East Valley High School security guard at the school in the 31000 block of E. Colton Avenue, according a dispatch by the California Highway Patrol.

About 8:46 a.m., CHP officers say the student was driving a black Honda at the school when he or she struck the security guard in the knee then kept going and hit the guard again with the vehicle’s side-view mirror. The driver then failed to stop and fled the scene of the pedestrian accident.

The security guard told police he could recognize the student and the incident was caught on camera, but it was not very clear.  School records show the vehicle belongs to an owner on Cedar Grove Lane in Highland.

“Hopefully this driver turns themselves into police and the security guard has a full recovery,” said Attorney James Johnson.

If you have legal questions following a car accident, contact Johnson Attorneys Group at 800-235-6801 for a free consultation.

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