A teacher from San Francisco Roman Catholic School is tonight recuperating at the Northern Regional Hospital after she was knocked down this afternoon.
Reports are that sometime before 1:00 p.m., Sonia Romero returned to school from her lunch break and had just parked her vehicle on the right side of the road opposite to the school and had stepped out of the vehicle when she was knocked down by a motorcycle which was reportedly driven by a female.
According to a witness, the woman on the motorcycle was driving at a high speed and failed to stop at a bump located near the area where the incident occurred. CTV3 News understands that the impact of the collision caused Romero to be flung from where she stood and the motorcycle ran over her right leg.
The person who is believed to have caused the accident stopped to render aid. Romero was transported to the Northern Regional Hospital suffering from a broken leg and a minor injury to the head. And while no charges have been levied upon the driver of the motorcycle, doctors are presently monitoring Romero’s condition as she will need to undergo surgery.
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