Naked road accident case still puzzles police, victim’ father says
A woman believed to be a passenger in a Chevrolet Camaro hit and killed an elderly woman Wednesday morning in the 8100 block of North Oak Park Avenue.
The driver of the car, who hasn’t been identified yet, is being questioned, while the man tha강남출장마사지t hit the woman is not, police said. The elderly woman who was struck was taken to Temple University Hospital with non life-threatening injuries.
The incident happened at about 6:10 a.m., police said.
Officers responded to the area for a possible intoxicated driver who had been seen driving drunk. Officers found the car that hit the 81-year-old woman, who was driving a 2002 GMC Yukon Gold Ranger, parked in the center lane near Lake Street and Oak Park Avenue. The woman suffered multiple injuries to her legs, arms and upper body.
The woman’s husband, who is an employee of a construction company near the scene, said he has lived in the neighborhood for 30 years and hasn’t seen the driver in several years.
“This isn’t his wife. He doesn’t drive around at night,” the man’s wife told police during a routine patrol in the area, police said. “She was just the latest victim, we’ve been going to church in her honor.”
Authorities said that investigators were not sure whether the driver was intoxicated at the time the crash happened, as it is the first time an elderly woman has been hit by a motorist. If she was i평택출장샵ntoxicated at the time of the accident, he was charged with reckless driving, according to police.
A few hours after the crash, the woman was found by a construction worker who was on his way to work, police said. No arrests have been made. The construction worker told police that his friend and the wife were both in the car when it was struck. The worker was able to pull the woman over and she turned out to be in the hospital with serious injuries. He had also damaged the license plate on his truck.
The construction worker said the driver of the vehicle was very agitated, and didn’t have her license plate and was speeding. They said that while the construction worker was driving, he heard an older woman crying, yelling and panicking from behind the wheel of the vehicle.
“There was nothing I could do to help her,” the construction worker told police.
Officers checked the woman’s purse and she also told them that the driver of the vehicle wasn’