SAN DIEGO, California (August 10, 2016) — A female pedestrian in her late 30s was injured Tuesday night when she was struck by a driver on University Avenue in Fairmont Village, according to the San Diego Police Department.
The crash took place about 6:30 p.m. when the woman allegedly stepped into the roadway mid-block at 4300 University Avenue. Police say the driver of a GMC Acadia was heading westbound and struck the woman.
Paramedics responded and transported her to Scripps Mercy Hospital where she was treated for a laceration on her head as well as intracranial brain bleed. The report stated these are life threatening injuries.
Police officers with the traffic division are heading up the investigation into the pedestrian accident and will determine liability.
Our prayers are with the woman who was badly hurt in this collision. Hopefully she is able to have a full recovery.
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