The incident happened on Sunday, while the victim walked down the street with her husband

After hitting a pedestrian and running away, woman surrenders to the police in Santa Ana

Karina García had her license suspended.

Santa Ana Police Department

A woman turned herself in to the police one day after allegedly hitting a pedestrian in Santa Ana and leaving the scene, authorities said.

The accident occurred around 8:30 p.m. Sunday night in the 2500 block of North Fairview Avenue.

Officers from the Santa Ana and Garden Grove police departments responded to several calls and they found that a senior citizen had been violently hit by a vehicle, but they did not find the driver.

The victim, a woman, she was taken to a hospital with serious internal injuriessaid the police.

The vehicle involved in the blow and leak was described as a possible silver car.

A preliminary investigation determined that the woman was walking with someone when she was hit by a vehicle heading north.

Around 2 p.m. the next day, A woman showed up at a police station in Santa Ana accompanied by her lawyer to surrender for her connection to the accident.

Karina García, 25, admitted to hitting a pedestrian at the intersection while driving his silver Honda Civic.

After Garcia indicated where he had left his vehicle, the police found him and He discovered that he had damage consistent with hitting a pedestrian.

Garcia was arrested on suspicion of blow and escape that caused injuries and I was driving with a suspended license for driving under the influence of alcohol, police said.

The accident is still under investigation.


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