Female Pedestrian Struck in Crosswalk
SANTA ROSA, California (July 11, 2016) – A woman was hit and injured Monday morning while walking across West College Avenue, according to The Press Democrat.
The collision occurred just before 10 a.m. at the crosswalk near Wild Rose Drive and a nearby shopping center.
Santa Rosa police said the female pedestrian was walking north when she was hit by a passing vehicle. The woman was then thrown onto the hood of the car and landed on the ground.
As per the article, the victim was transported to Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital with unspecified injuries. Her name and condition at this time remained unknown.
Police added that the driver did not notice the woman. The male motorist reportedly stepped on his brakes but was not able to avoid hitting her.
Authorities will continue to investigate the cause of the incident.
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