SAN DIEGO, CA – A woman died after a suspected impaired hit-and-run driver collided with her vehicle on CA 94 westbound near College Ave Friday, according to NBC San Diego.
A 26-year-old male was driving a Chrysler when he struck a Nissan sedan operated by Leslie Nunez Rosas, 25. The collision propelled the Nissan off the road and down an embankment. Rescue crews pronounced Rosas dead at the scene of the accident.
Following the collision, the 26-year-old driver fled the area and hit a Honda Civic, a Ford Mustang, and a BMW in the process.
Authorities located the suspect near Kelton Rd. They believe impairment was a factor in the incident.
The wrecks are under investigation by the California Highway Patrol.
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