We are asking for the public’s help in identifying a driver or a vehicle associated with a possible hit-and-run late Monday that left a woman seriously injured.
Around 11:45 pm on June 25, officers responded to reports of a woman calling for help in the area of Whisman Road and Whisman Station Way.
When we arrived, we found a 19-year-old woman lying on the side of North Whisman Road, bleeding from her head. The woman could not tell us who she was, where she lived or how she was injured.
The woman was rushed to an area hospital for treatment, and sometime later, was able to tell us that she was walking home after spending the evening on Castro Street. The last thing she remembered, she told officers, was crossing North Whisman Road.
Based on the investigation, detectives believe the woman, whose name is not being released, is the victim of a possible hit-and-run. We are asking anyone who was in the area of North Whisman Road, just south of Whisman Station Drive and just north of Central Expressway, to reach out if they saw any collision occur, or if they saw the woman in the area. Our detectives believe the collision occurred roughly twenty minutes prior to us arriving on scene.
Unfortunately, we do not have any footage at this time to provide any type of possible vehicle or suspect description.
Anyone with information on this case can contact Detective Temo Gonzalez at 650-903-6651.