News Alert: Needles, CA: Deputies are asking the public for information in identifying driver involved in hit and run collision with injury involving a pedestrian along 1900 block of Needles Highway.

By: Zachary Lopez (ZachNews):

Source: San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department’s Colorado River Station (Information and Press Release):

Needles, California: Deputies from the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department’s Colorado River Station is are asking the public for information in identifying driver involved in hit and run collision with injury involving a pedestrian along Needles Highway that occurred on Wednesday, July 21st, 2021.

According to the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department’s Colorado River Station, at 10:44 p.m. PT, deputies from the Colorado River Station/Needles Police Department responded to a call for service in the 1900 block of Needles Highway reference a hit and run involving a pedestrian.

Deputies contacted the victim, Jaime Lynn Gagnon who suffered minor injuries.

Witnesses described a burgundy Ford Fusion that struck Gagnon as she was crossing the road and left the scene.

Deputies conducted an area check in the surrounding area, however, were not able to locate the vehicle.

Gagnon suffered minor injuries.

Anyone with information regarding this investigation is urged to contact Deputy Gonzalez at the Colorado River Station/Needles Police Department at (760) 326-9200.

Those wishing to remain anonymous can call the We Tip Hotline at (800) 78-CRIME or leave information online at www.wetip.com

For press releases, news and information follow the Colorado River Station on Twitter at: @CORiverstation.

Refer:              Deputy Alexandro Gonzalez

Station:            Colorado River Station/Needles Police Station

Phone No.       (760) 326-9200

Case No.         212100705

SHANNON D. DICUS, Sheriff-Coroner
San Bernardino County Sheriff-Coroner Department

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