News: Car strikes, hurts teen on electric bike in Point Loma Heights

SAN DIEGO, CA – A 17-year-old boy went to the hospital Friday evening after a vehicle struck him on his electric bike in Point Loma, reports Fox 5 San Diego.

The incident happened around 6:28 p.m. at the intersection of Catalina Boulevard and Narragansett Avenue, which is just northwest of Dana Middle School.

The investigation thus far indicates that an unknown vehicle rear-ended the teen at the intersection as he waited to turn east from Catalina onto Narragansett Avenue. The vehicle fled southbound after hitting the bicyclist.

Medics transported the boy to a local hospital with a pelvic fracture.

A full investigation is underway. Anyone with information to share can contact the San Diego Police Department.

The minutes following a car accident can be full of panic and confusion. While it might be tempting to head home as quickly as possible, it’s vital that you follow some key steps immediately after the crash, especially if you’ve been injured and hope to seek compensation. First, if you are able, move out of traffic to the side of the road. Next, swap insurance information with any other parties involved in the collision and call the police to report the accident. Be sure to ask the police to provide you with an official accident report to document the facts of the collision. Finally, if you’ve been hurt in a bike or pedestrian crash and would like to explore your legal options, call the San Diego area pedestrian accident lawyers at HHJ Trial Attorneys at 1-619-INJURED. Alternately, you can complete the contact form on our website to request a free consultation.

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