SAN DIEGO (CNS) - San Diego police Monday searched for a man who fled the scene after crashing into a fellow motorist in Sabre Springs, leaving the other driver with several broken bones.
The hit-and-run in the 11000 block of Poway Road was reported at 9:12 p.m. Sunday, according to San Diego police Officer Dino Delimitros.
A 55-year-old woman driving a Ford Taurus south on Sabre Springs Parkway was struck in the intersection by a man driving a dark colored Chrysler 300 east on Poway Road, he said in a statement.
The woman suffered broken ribs and a broken hip, according to the officer.
Police found the Chrysler abandoned several miles away. The driver was described as having a beard, Delimitros said.
A transient was behind bars Tuesday on suspicion of fatally stabbing two other homeless men last week at an Otay Mesa strip mall.
San Diego County emergency and fire officials are urging residents to protect homes against devastating wildfires as fire season kicks into full gear.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Tuesday to celebrate the opening of a joint-use park at McKinley Elementary.
A vote is expected Tuesday as the Del Mar Fair Board considers transforming the Surf Side Race Place into a new indoor entertainment venue.
The San Diego City Council Tuesday formally approved a $225,000 settlement in litigation brought by a deputy city attorney, who alleged sexual harassment by her former supervisor.
The Gate Fire, which has burned about 2,056 acres northwest of Dulzura, was 95 percent contained Monday. Cal Fire also reported that all evacuation orders and warnings were lifted in the fire area.
The Gate Fire northwest of Dulzura has been fully contained. Cal Fire says its crews will remain on scene Tuesday mopping up and guarding against flareups.
The North County Transit District (NCTD) has voted to lay off its enforcement officers that patrol local train and bus stations.