Young Toddler Hurt in Pedestrian Collision on Lincoln Avenue in Oildale
OILDALE, CA (April 1, 2021) – Friday evening, a 2-year-old child was injured following a hit-and-run crash on California Street and Lincoln Avenue.
Per reports, the collision happened around 5:40 p.m. A pickup-truck struck the young boy and immediately fled the scene before officers arrived.
CHP later described the truck as a red Ford F150. It was last seen heading north on McCray. However, there has been no information released about the hit-and-run suspect.
The surrounding area on California Street was closed during cleanup and preliminary duties. But, the roadway has since reopened to traffic.
Those with further details are urged to contact local authorities as soon as possible.
Once available, more information will be provided regarding the hit-and-run crash.
When behind the wheel of a vehicle, it is important that you maintain focus at all times. Unforeseen events occur far too often, and we can help prepare ourselves by staying vigilant on the road.
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