According to the Ventura County Star, volunteers are searching for the driver of a hit and run vehicle that collided with three young girls in a tragic Oxnard pedestrian accident. Apparently, on February 4th, three young girls were walking on a bicycle path when a vehicle, which is believed to be a silver Toyota Camry, traveling on Victoria Avenue, near the intersection with Santa Monica Drive, struck all three girls.
One of the girls, only six years old, suffered serious injuries in the Oxnard accident and was taken to Children's Hospital in Los Angeles. The girl's mother, Joel Aronson, said that her daughter suffered a serious head injury, as well as injuries to her femur, spine, neck and chest.
Volunteers have been distributing fliers around the neighborhood, including at car repair shops, to see if anyone has any information that could lead to locating the driver of the hit and run car that injured the three girls. The California Highway Patrol has also requested that anyone with information on the driver or owner of the vehicle contact the Ventura office at 805-477-4100.
The two other girls who were hit by the car in Oxnard, also suffered injuries, but they are not believed to be as serious. Head and brain injury accidents are very serious and much medical care will be needed for this severely injured girl. Sometimes a brain injury can have lasting effects that can be difficult to diagnose and treat.
The families of the injured girls should hire an experienced Oxnard personal injury lawyer to help with the investigation into the responsible party and to help them obtain proper medical care and a financial recovery for their injuries. Our injury law office handles serious injury cases, including traumatic brain injuries and spinal injuries, throughout California, including Ventura County. We hope that the driver of the hit and run vehicle is located as soon as possible so the driver can be brought to justice. We urge anyone with any information to immediately contact law enforcement. This is a very sad incident and we wish all three girls a speedy recovery from their injuries.