Scooter rider suffers brain injury after being hit by car in Mission Bay Park
SAN DIEGO, CA – A scooter rider was severely injured after being struck by an SUV in the Mission Bay Park neighborhood area this afternoon, according to FOX 5 San Diego.
The accident occurred at 1:25 p.m. in the 1200 block of W Mission Drive, when a 67-year-old woman driving a Ford Escape went to the right side of the roadway as she was crossing a bridge. She then collided with the victim, a 30-year-old man operating a scooter.
The scooter rider was taken to the hospital for the treatment of road rash and a brain hemorrhage. He is expected to make a recovery.
Authorities do not believe that the driver was under the influence at this time.
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