Man Hurt in San Diego Crash on Tait Street
SAN DIEGO, Calif. (Oct. 5, 2018) — A 73-year-old driver was badly injured when a driver fleeing police ran through a red light and collided with his SUV on Tait Street.
The crash took place Thursday night just after 10 p.m.
Police were chasing a driver of a white Infinity G37 after he allegedly ran a stop sign at another intersection. He sped off and was heading southbound on Ulric Street. He allegedly ran a red light at Tait Street and collided with a northbound Acura RDX SUV that was turning left on Tait.
The suspect, who was wearing a white shirt and gray pants, got out of his vehicle and ran off. The 73-year-old driver in the Acura was left with multiple injuries to his arms, legs and head. The man is expected to survive.
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