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Pedestrian Injured in Crash at Tyler Street and Magnolia Avenue


Woman Hit by Car in Riverside Accident

Riverside, CA (April 7, 2020) – A woman was injured in a pedestrian crash in Riverside. The accident occurred on the afternoon of April 7 at Tyler Street and Magnolia Avenue.

A woman was hit by a car while crossing the intersection. Emergency crews found the woman unresponsive and lying in the road in front of Ross Dress For Less. They treated the woman’s injuries.

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