Female Pedestrian Hurt in Collision near 31st Street in San Diego
SAN DIEGO, CA (November 1, 2021) – A pedestrian crash on Logan Heights left one woman with serious injuries on Tuesday morning.
Officers received dispatch calls regarding incident just before 10:15 a.m., on National Avenue near 31st Street. Emergency crews responded to the scene shortly after.
The events leading up to the collision still remain unclear. However, officials transported one injured pedestrian to a nearby hospital with minor injuries.
Meanwhile, the Toyota Camry driver involved remained on the scene and cooperated with the authorities.
At this time, San Diego officials are currently investigating the Logan Heights pedestrian crash. Once available, further details will be provided.
Whether you are a driver or a pedestrian, it is important to abide by all traffic laws and observe safety precautions. If you’re behind the wheel, do your part to avoid distractions and look out for pedestrians at all times. If you’re crossing the street, do so at designated crosswalks or intersections. When walking alongside a road, remain on the sidewalk wherever possible. If there is no sidewalk, walk on the shoulder and face oncoming traffic. By obeying traffic laws and being cautious of the conditions of the road, you can help prevent an unforeseen accident and keep yourself and others safe.
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