Victim Dragged, Seriously Injured in Hit and Run | NBC 7 San Diego

Victim Dragged, Seriously Injured in Hit and Run




    San Diego police officers are investigating a felony hit and run, after a pedestrian was seriously injured around 3 a.m. Saturday in Grant Hill.

    Police said a 19-year-old man was crossing the street in the 200-block of 29th Street. A small gray sedan made a right turn onto 29th Street from Imperial Avenue.

    The driver hit the pedestrian and then kept driving, dragging the man for a block. The man suffered a fractured pelvis, broken ribs, and serious internal injuries, police said.

    The driver reportedely drove away from the scene, after also striking a parked car. The victim's friend took him to a local hospital where traffic police were called to investigate.

    Police are looking for the driver of the small gray sedan, but no further suspect description was immediately available.

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