One Injured in San Diego Pedestrian Crash at Coronado Avenue
SAN DIEGO, CA (February 11, 2021) — A pedestrian crash at Coronado Avenue and Thermal Avenue in Egger Highlands left a 47-year-old woman injured.
The San Diego police reported that the incident took place at about 5:45 a.m. on Tuesday.
Details about the crash are scarce as of this time. However, the officers said a dark-colored Volkswagen struck the pedestrian.
Emergency crews took the woman with minor injuries to a hospital. Her name has not been made public. Meanwhile, the also unidentified driver remained at the scene and cooperated with law enforcers as per reports.
Whether speed, drugs, or alcohol were factors in the crash remains undetermined. However, further investigation is underway.
Drivers and pedestrians carry equal responsibility for road safety. For drivers, it is important to avoid distractions. Keep an eye out for possible hazards, pedestrians, and bicyclists. Look carefully before turning a corner, especially when near a marked crosswalk. For pedestrians, cross only at designated pedestrian crossings. It is also recommended to avoid wearing dark clothing especially if you walk a lot. And as with driving, do not walk while under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
If you have suffered injuries in a pedestrian accident, you need a personal injury lawyer to advocate on your behalf while you focus on your healing and recovery. Get in touch with The Law Offices of Daniel Kim immediately. Our legal team is ready to fight for you to receive the medical care you need and get the compensation you deserve. We will personally assist you with police reports, insurance claims, medical bills, and much more. Call us today at (800) 895-7199 to schedule a free consultation. We can also help you obtain the police report from your accident.