47-Year-Old Scooter Rider Injured after Traffic Accident near Regents Road
SAN DIEGO, CA (August 5, 2022) – On Monday, police responded to a crash on Nobel Drive where one person sustained injuries.
The crash happened in the 4100 block of Nobel Drive, involving a Bird scooter and a Hyundai Elantra on August 1st, at around 2:19 p.m.
According to the initial investigation, the Elantra was traveling westbound when the scooter ran through a red light colliding with the front of the Elantra.
Emergency crews arrived and hospitalized the 47-year-old rider of the scooter with critical injuries. Authorities have not released their identity or current condition at this time.
Furthermore, an officer said that the sole occupant of the Elantra, a 58-Year-Old Woman was uninjured in the crash.
Alcohol was not believed to be the factor according to San Diego Police. Further investigations are ongoing. Witnesses are to contact Crime Stoppers at 888-580-8477.
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