Salinas High School Students Hurt in Pedestrian Accident on Main Street

 Salinas High School Students Hurt in Pedestrian Accident on Main Street

2 Teenage Girls Hit by Car Near Salinas High School

SALINAS, Calif. (Jan. 26, 2024) – Two Salinas High School students were injured Thursday morning in a pedestrian accident in front of the school on South Main Street.

A driver reportedly struck the two girls as they were crossing Main Street in a crosswalk at Pine Street at around 8:20 a.m. on Jan. 25th, according to KION 46.

Paramedics transported both teenagers to a hospital for treatment of minor injuries.

Salinas Police Officers reported they were walking against the “Don’t Walk” warning sign.

Meanwhile, police say the driver had a green light when they turned left towards southbound Main Street from Pine Street.

The adult driver stopped after the crash and cooperated with arriving Salinas Police officers.

The man driving the car told investigators he did not see the students prior to the crash. They were hit in the middle of the intersection at around 10 to 15 miles per hour, the report said.

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