CORONA, Calif. – A woman who is struck by a vehicle and remains in critical condition has still not been identified Corona Police officials said.
The traffic collision occurred on Friday, February 22, 2019, in the intersection of Main and Ninth Streets in the City of Corona. The female pedestrian is described as a Hispanic woman, 40-60-years-old, 5’1 tall, and approximately 170 pounds. The woman has brown eyes and long wavy black hair.
“At the time of the collision, she was wearing the pictured jacket, blue jeans, and tan cloth boots,” Police officials said. The woman was also carrying tamales and fruit. Police are hoping that the jacket may be recognized by the woman’s family or friends.
If you know the female described or someone who owns a jacket like the one picture we you are urged to call Officer Dopson at (951)817-5845.
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