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Pedestrian Injured in Crash on Harbor Drive


Victim Suffers Serious Injuries in San Diego Accident

Pedestrian Accident

San Diego, CA (August 7, 2019) – A pedestrian was seriously injured in a crash in San Diego. The accident occurred on the morning of August 7 on Harbor Drive.

The pedestrian was hit by a car in front of the San Diego Convention Center. The victim was hospitalized with serious injuries.

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