News: Woman hurt in Pacific Beach hit-and-run accident

SAN DIEGO, CA – A woman went to the hospital late last month after a vehicle struck her in the Pacific Beach area and fled the scene, reports abc 10 News.

The incident happened on Monday, February 27th around 1:24 a.m. in the area of 2900 Garnet Avenue, which is between Mission Bay Drive and I-5.

Police say there were no witnesses to the crash. They found the victim unconscious in the roadway and transported her to Scripps La Jolla Hospital with serious injuries.

It is unclear at this time if officials have identified a suspect. Our team will return with updates if and when we learn more about the involved driver or the condition of the victim.

If you’ve been injured in a pedestrian hit-and-run accident, we understand you are likely overwhelmed, hurting, and angry. Click here for guidance on important steps you or your loved ones should take at the scene of the accident to protect your interests. To start, if any drivers involved in the accident remained at the scene, be sure to exchange insurance information with them. Additionally, call the police to report the accident and ask them to dispatch a team to assess your condition, investigate, and provide you with an official accident report. Finally, learn more about hit-and-run collisions and reach out to the San Diego pedestrian accident lawyers at HHJ Trial Attorneys. You can reach us at 1-619-INJURED or via the contact link on our website to request a free case evaluation. 

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