Santa Rosa Pedestrian Accident Injures Nora and Elouise Pike
Santa Rosa, CA (November 25, 2018) – A mother and her baby were injured in a pedestrian accident in Santa Rosa. The crash occurred on the afternoon of November 25 at Farmers Lane and Sonoma Avenue.
The accident occurred at around 4:00 p.m. Sunday, November 25, at Farmers Lane and Sonoma Avenue.
Nora Pike, 31, was holding her baby, Elouise Pike, of Santa Rosa, as she was walking home from Montgomery Village. Her older daughter, the father, and a toddler boy were ahead of them at a crosswalk when she and Elouise were hit by a Nissan Armada.
The driver of the Nissan, Napoleon Camacho Zarco, 36, claimed that he turned on a yellow light when he hit the two. Emergency crews arrived and found both parties to be injured. Nora suffered a large, deep gash to her forehead, as well as other cuts. Elouise suffered minor bruises.
Both were taken to a local hospital. Camacho Zarco remained at the accident scene.
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