Pedestrian Hit, Injured by Driver After Argument near 16th Street and Market Street [East Village, CA]

Pedestrian Hit, Injured by Driver After Argument near 16th Street and Market Street [East Village, CA]
Pedestrian Hit, Injured by Driver After Argument near 16th Street and Market Street [East Village, CA]

Pedestrian Struck by Driver After Argument near 16th Street in East Village

 
EAST VILLAGE, CA (March 1, 2024) — A pedestrian was hit and injured by a driver following an argument near 16th Street and Market Street.
 
According to San Diego Police officers, the pedestrian accident happened after 10:50 p.m. Tuesday. Under unclear circumstances, a person who had just left a party in the 600 block of 16th Street engaged in an altercation with a man. Subsequently, the 30-year-old left the Ace parking lot and walked southbound toward a gas station. However, the driver entered a red or burgundy Dodge Durango, pulled out of the parking lot and struck the pedestrian on the sidewalk.
 
Instead of stopping, the driver fled eastbound on Highway 94.
 
Soon after, paramedics arrived and took the victim to a hospital with a brain bleed and facial injuries.
 
If anyone has seen this incident and could help identify the driver, please call the San Diego Police.
 
Fighting with a stranger is never worth it. Altercations could escalate quickly and lead to road rage and traffic accidents. Let it go and move on. You avoid serious repercussions like property damage, injury and charges when you turn the other cheek.


Learn more about your rights as a crash victim by calling The Law Offices of Daniel Kim at (800) 895-7199. Car accident victims may find it difficult to settle a maximum settlement with insurance companies. Allow us to step in and take the lead in the communication. We understand the legal process and challenges that occur when seeking full compensation. Daniel has years of experience in disputing car and pedestrian accidents. Lean on us to begin calculating all economic and non-economic damage involved in the crash.
 

 

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