News: Pedestrian hit, critically hurt by vehicle in Redwood Village

SAN DIEGO, CA — A 28-year-old man was hospitalized Tuesday morning after being hit by a vehicle in San Diego’s Redwood Village neighborhood, according to ABC 10 News.

The incident took place at the intersection of University Avenue and 58th Street just after 7:00 a.m.

San Diego Police said the man was walking across University Avenue in a designated crosswalk when he was hit by a white Chevrolet Silverado heading southbound on 58th Street.

The victim suffered life-threatening injuries, including “a subdural brain injury, lung contusion, spleen injury,” and injuries to his hip, pelvic, and femur. He was rushed to an area hospital where his condition remains undisclosed.

Officials said the driver, a 31-year-old man, remained after the crash and alerted authorities.

An investigation by the San Diego Police Department’s Traffic Division was underway.


The actions you take in the the aftermath of an accident  impact not only your health, but also the way you are financially compensated for physical injuries, emotional trauma, damaged property, and more. After checking on the condition of everyone involved, exchange contact information with the other party. It is crucial to contact emergency responders so local police can make an official report of the incident and paramedics can assess any injuries. Once the event is documented, reach out to an experienced San Diego pedestrian accident lawyer from HHJ Trial Attorneys to discuss your legal options. Submit our online contact form or connect with us by phone at 1-888-50-LAWFIRM.

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