Pedestrian Injured in Crash at Dinuba Boulevard and Vine Avenue

Woman Injured in Hit and Run Accident in Visalia

Visalia, CA (March 25, 2020) – A woman was injured in a pedestrian crash in Visalia. The accident occurred on the evening of March 25 at Dinuba Boulevard and Vine Avenue.

A woman in her 30s or 40s was crossing the intersection when she was hit by a car. Paramedics found the woman lying on the ground. She suffered major injuries and was taken to a local hospital, where she is currently in critical condition.

The vehicle fled the accident scene. Police are still looking for the suspect car, which is described as a maroon midsize sedan with front-end damage.



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