Hit-and-Run Incident at East Bullard Avenue Left One Seriously Injured

FRESNO, CA (September 12, 2022)  A woman sustained injuries Tuesday after a hit-and-run crash at East Bullard Avenue.

The incident occurred at 8:00 p.m. along Bullard and Angus avenues, per initial reports.

According to the CHP, a dark-colored sedan had been sweeping in and out of traffic before colliding with the woman’s car, causing it to crash into the tree.

As a result of the crash, the woman was trapped inside her vehicle. Responding emergency personnel rescued her from the wreck, and paramedics transported her to a nearby hospital for further treatment. Her name and current condition, however, have yet been released to the public.

Meanwhile, police are still looking for the suspect driver, who has only been described as a man in green shorts and who reportedly fled on foot toward the intersection of Bullard Avenue and Fresno Street.

Furthermore, the crash closed the surrounding area near Bullard Avenue for several hours as officials cleared the wreckage.

At this time, authorities are currently conducting an active investigation into the crash and ask any witness to contact the Fresno Police Department at (559) 621-7000.

As a driver, it is our responsibility to ensure the safety of our passengers and everyone around us. When behind the wheel, always abide by all traffic laws and follow the conditions of the road. Drive defensively and always be aware of the unique risks of operating a vehicle. Do not resort to speeding. Remember that willfully disregarding traffic laws and engaging in unsafe driving behaviors frequently lead to auto accidents that can completely change a person’s life.

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