A driver involved in a crash on a San Diego highway Wednesday drove off onto a surface street in Spring Valley where he collided with a parked car, California Highway Patrol officers said.
Neighbors rushed out of a nearby apartment complex when they heard the sound of the crash just after midnight.
An SUV collided with a parked car along Kenwood Drive and damaged a fire hydrant.
CHP officers said the Ford Explorer SUV had been involved in a crash with a Nissan Altima on nearby State Route 94 when the driver left the scene and exited the highway at Kenwood.
At that point, the hit-and-run driver collided with the parked car and the hydrant.
One resident told NBC 7 a man was pulled from the wreckage, unconscious and bleeding.
CHP officers confirmed there were two patients with what they described as minor injuries.
No other information was available.