Car Collision in Paradise Valley

In Paradise Hills, San Diego, a pedestrian faced a serious injury after a startling incident on a Saturday evening. At 6:11 p.m., a woman was crossing Paradise Valley Road near Jester Street when the unexpected tragedy unfolded. According to the San Diego Police Department (SDPD), the woman initially started walking across the street, successfully reaching the curb. However, she suddenly turned around and stepped back into the street, directly into the path of an oncoming car. The impact of the collision was severe, leaving the woman with a fractured right arm, right leg, and a pelvic fracture. Fortunately, her injuries are deemed non-life-threatening, providing some relief amid the distressing circumstances. Notably, authorities have determined that alcohol was not a contributing factor in this tragic accident. The incident has prompted an active investigation by the San Diego Police Traffic Division. Law enforcement officials are diligently working to piece together the details of the incident, attempting to ascertain the reasons behind the woman's abrupt decision to re-enter the roadway. They will also examine factors such as the car's speed and the condition of the road to gain a comprehensive understanding of the event. In the quest for answers and justice, authorities urge anyone with information regarding the accident to come forward. Individuals with knowledge related to the incident are encouraged to contact the Command responsible for handling the investigation or reach out to Crime Stoppers at 888-580-8477. This unfortunate incident serves as a stark reminder of the dangers pedestrians face on the road and the importance of remaining vigilant while crossing streets. Local residents and authorities alike hope for a swift recovery for the injured pedestrian while they await the conclusion of the investigation.  
Location: Paradise Valley Rd & Jester St, San Diego, CA 92139, USA
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