Man in Wheelchair Fatally Struck in Hesperia

Man in Wheelchair Fatally Struck in Hesperia

A man in a wheelchair was fatally struck by a Toyota Prius in Hesperia last Sunday, Nov. 11. The pedestrian collision occurred around 9:25 a.m. on Bear Valley Road, just west of I Avenue.

According to police, the pedestrian died from his injuries at the scene. The male driver of the Prius was uninjured in the crash, but a female passenger suffered minor injuries. The vehicle’s windshield was shattered, and it also had damage to the front bumper.

Bear Valley Road was closed from Ridgecrest Road to I Avenue for several hours while police investigated the crash. Anyone with information about the fatal pedestrian accident can contact the Hesperia Sheriff’s Station at (760) 947-1500.

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