SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - A woman and toddler were transported to the hospital after being hit by a vehicle in Hillcrest on Sunday morning, according to San Diego police and San Diego Fire-Rescue officials.
The accident happened at 4th and University Avenue at about 10:47 a.m., police said.
Not much is known, but police said a man and woman were with the child, who was in a stroller, when for unknown reasons a vehicle struck the trio.
SDFR officials reported a woman and a girl were transported to an area hospital and one of them had life-threatening injuries.
The status of the driver wasn't immediately known.
Eastbound traffic in the area was blocked off shortly after the accident.
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