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HUNTINGTON BEACH: Pedestrian Woman Struck by Car on Springdale Street and Warner Avenue – file photo

“Under investigation”

HUNTINGTON BEACH, CALIFORNIA (February 1, 2017) – According to the Huntington Beach Police Department, a woman was struck by a car while crossing Springdale Street, north of Warner Avenue. (map)

HBPD Lieutenant Steve Bushhousen reported that a vehicle was traveling northbound on Springdale when it crashed into the pedestrian woman around 4:00 p.m. The identity of the woman is being withheld pending notification of family.

Lieutenant Bushhousen stated that the female pedestrian was  transported to a hospital with major injuries. The driver of the car that hit her had remained at the scene and cooperated with the HBPD.

“According to experts drivers are responsible the majority of the time for pedestrian accidents. These collisions occur when drivers are careless and fail to yield in a crosswalk or when they turn right on a red light without looking out for a pedestrian,” said the attorneys from Lexton Law Firm, a California pedestrian accident and personal injury law firm.

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