Pedestrian Struck and Injured in Collision on California Street

WOODLAND, CA (August 29, 2022) – Wednesday afternoon, a high school student was hospitalized after a pedestrian crash on Beamer Street.

The incident occurred around 2:26 p.m., near California Street.

For reasons under investigation, the driver of a vehicle lost control and drifted onto the sidewalk. There, the vehicle hit a Woodland High School student who was walking in the area at the time.

Medical personnel arrived and transported the student to a nearby hospital with serious but not life-threatening injuries. Authorities have not yet released their name or place of residency.

At this time, the student remains in stable condition. No further details regarding the pedestrian crash on Beamer Street are public. However, more information will be provided once made available.

Those with further information regarding the accident are encouraged to contact Woodland Officials as soon as possible.

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