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Married couple suffer major injuries after being struck by car in Burbank

A woman remained in critical condition Thursday after she and her husband were struck by a car as they crossed a street in Burbank, police said.

The couple was crossing at Valencia Avenue and San Fernando Boulevard at about 9:50 a.m. Thursday when they were struck and hit the car’s windshield, Sgt. Darin Ryburn said.

The woman, 50, remained in critical condition atLos Angeles County-USC Medical Center, while the condition of her husband, who was taken to Holy Cross Medical Center, was unknown, Ryburn said.

The female victim suffered cuts and contusions to her face, a broken elbow and possibly has internal bleeding in the brain, Ryburn said. Her husband suffered facial injuries, chest pain and contusions and abrasions to his arms and legs.


They were hit by a Honda Civic driven by a 52-year-old Burbank resident who was turning left to go south on San Fernando Boulevard.

“There is no crosswalk, but it is legal to cross there,” Ryburn said.

The driver, who was not identified, cooperated with police and was not arrested, Ryburn said, adding that the investigation is ongoing.

Alcohol or drugs did not appear to be a factor, he added.


-- Maria Hsin, Times Community News

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