VICTORVILLE-(VVNG.com): A woman was airlifted for treatment of minor injuries after she was hit by a vehicle when running “erratically” on Bear Valley Road just east of Highway 395.
Dispatch received reports of a woman running into traffic on Friday, August 14th at about 9:28 P.M.
As the woman frantically ran into the street, a man driving a Subaru was unable to stop before hitting the woman. The man stopped his vehicle and got out attempting to render aid while waiting for first responders to arrival. The woman was bleeding and according to witnesses she had visible abrasions to her face.
Deanna Wallace lives in the area and commented the following in a Victor Valley News post, “I heard a lady yelling for help. Before my son jumped the fence she got hit by the car. She ran in front of the car, the poor guy didn’t have a chance to avoid hitting her,” she said.
According to authorities, witnesses stated the woman refused help by those offering assistance.
“The Subaru was driving below posted speeds when she ran into the path of the vehicle, stated San Bernardino Sheriff’s Spokeswoman, Jodi Miller.
The woman was airlifted to Loma Linda Hospital for treatment of her injuries. Authorities said all parties remained at the scene and no other injuries were reported as a result of this incident.