News: Suspect sought in felony hit-and-run on El Cajon

SAN DIEGO, CA – A female pedestrian suffered fractured ribs and wounds to the head after a vehicle struck her in North Park Sunday night, reports Fox 5 San Diego.

The incident happened around 6:30 p.m. in the area of 2800 El Cajon Boulevard, which is between Idaho Street and Utah Street.

The investigation indicates that the 25-year-old pedestrian attempted to cross El Cajon from north to south in an area marked inappropriate for foot traffic.

The dark-colored vehicle that hit the woman fled the scene.

Anyone with information or tips to share can contact the San Diego Police Department.

If you’ve been injured in a San Diego pedestrian crash, you absolutely have the right to seek damages for your injuries and your pain and suffering. To optimize your chances of success, be sure to follow the appropriate steps immediately after the incident. First, don’t neglect to exchange insurance information with the driver that hit you. If the driver leaves the scene, be sure to write down the license plate number and a description of the vehicle. Next, contact the authorities and insist that they provide you with an official accident report to document the crash. Finally, call the San Diego pedestrian accident attorneys at HHJ Trial Attorneys at 1-619-INJURED or reach us on our website to request a free case evaluation.

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