Hit-and-Run Suspect with Toddler In Car Hits Border Patrol SUV - NBC 7 San Diego

Hit-and-Run Suspect with Toddler In Car Hits Border Patrol SUV



    Woman Involved in Hit-and-Run With Toddler in Back Seat

    NBC 7's Gaby Rodriguez reports from Otay Mesa with the latest details of the hit-and-run crash that caused traffic nightmare for evening commuters. (Published Thursday, Sept. 19, 2019)

    A woman who damaged a U.S. Border Patrol SUV and other civilian vehicles in a hit-and-run collision was arrested on the shoulder of State Route 905 Thursday. A toddler riding in her back seat was hospitalized.

    Westbound SR-905 was partially blocked at Caliente Boulevard after police stopped the suspect in a silver Nissan Versa.

    The chase started at La Media and Otay Lakes roads after the driver ran a red light and sideswiped a marked Border Patrol vehicle parked in the area, U.S. Border Patrol said.  

    The woman took off and at some point sideswiped a semi-truck, officials said.

    Hit-and-Run Crash Involving Border Patrol

    [DGO] Hit-and-Run Crash Involving Border Patrol

    NBC 7's Gaby Rodriguez is at the scene of a hit-and-run involving the U.S. Border Patrol.

    (Published Thursday, Sept. 19, 2019)

    The California Highway Patrol said the suspect's vehicle was stopped on the westbound shoulder of SR-905, east of Caliente Boulevard.

    A toddler inside the Nissan was taken to a local hospital.  The driver was arrested.

    The incident cause heavy traffic backup on westbound SR-905 during the investigation.

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