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Pedestrian Struck and Critically Injured by Vehicle on North Humboldt Street in San Mateo, Nathan Farris Arrested

Pedestrian Hospitalized After San Mateo DUI Traffic Crash on North Humboldt Street

San Mateo, California (December 24, 2019) – A pedestrian was transported to the hospital after being involved in an alleged DUI traffic collision on Sunday in San Mateo

The pedestrian collision was reported on December 22, along North Humboldt Street.

According to the San Mateo Police Department, a pedestrian was struck by a vehicle driven by 18-year-old Nathan Farris of San Mateo, who was high on marijuana.

The initial report indicated that Farris crashed into parked cars after hitting the victim.

Farris did not stop to render aid to the patient and fled the scene.

The pedestrian was airlifted to a trauma center for treatment of serious injuries sustained in the wreck.

Meanwhile, Farris was arrested at 6:45 p.m. Sunday in front of his home on suspicion of marijuana DUI, hit and run, causing severe injury and other charges.

The investigation is underway.

Alpine Law Group Sends strength and condolences to the accident victims and their families

Alpine Law Group sends strength and condolences to the accident victims and their families. Our firm stands ready to help those affected by tragedy obtain the justice they deserve. We can also help you obtain a copy of the police report free of charge. Call us 24/7 at 800-984-4123 to be directly connected with an attorney for a no-obligation consultation. There are no up-front fees and you pay us nothing if we don't win. You may also contact us via text message and online chat 24/7. We look forward to speaking with you.

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