2 Teens Struck, Hurt in Redlands Pedestrian Accident on Citrus Avenue
REDLANDS, CA (December 16, 2021) — Two teen girls were injured in a pedestrian accident on Citrus Avenue at Church Street on Wednesday morning.
According to the Redlands Police, the pedestrian accident happened around 7:30 a.m. For reasons that require more investigation, the driver of a Toyota pickup struck two 11th graders while attempting a left turn from southbound Church Street.
Soon after, paramedics arrived at the scene and brought one victim to a hospital with moderate injuries while the parents of the other teen took that girl home.
Meanwhile, police interviewed the driver who claimed that his windshield had fogged up and that the sun’s glare reflected off the windshield, obstructing his vision.
At this time, officers have ruled out DUI as a possible explanation. However, any witnesses with information should reach out to the Redlands Police.
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