Driver Who Hit Pitman Student Was Unlicensed

The driver who hit a Pitman High School student on Thursday morning was unlicensed, according to the Turlock Police Department.

At approximately 7:30 a.m. Thursday, a 15-year-old Pitman student was walking in the crosswalk at the Christoffersen Parkway and Kilroy Road intersection when he was struck by a vehicle making a right-hand turn onto Christoffersen.

“He was probably a good 10 to 15 feet into the crosswalk already,” said Pitman Principal Rod Hollars.

The student suffered non-life-threatening injuries, but was transported to Doctor’s Medical Center, according to Hollars.

The driver, identified as Maria Rivas-Enriquez, 50, was allegedly unlicensed, said Turlock police spokesperson Officer Mayra Lewis. She was cited for driving without a license and failing to yield to a pedestrian in a crosswalk.

Comments 4

  1. wow says:
    wow... what an irresponsible and selfish person!
  2. Great says:
    Probably couldn't pass the easy test but decided to drive anyway. This is what happens when you have a massive amount of 3rd worlders that don't learn the etiquette and ways of the country they have emigrated to. How disrespectful. Wasn't the guy who killed that family also driving on a a license that had been suspended for over 10 years? Thankfully the kid will be ok, the injuries aren't too severe.
  3. Matthew M says:
    How could you possibly justify her being a 3rd world person and correlate that to driving and hitting a person? When there is a multitude of individuals who have the privilege of having a license but yet drive recklessly? So much for the etiquette in that regard. Sounds to me like its an adverse racial comment.
  4. DON says:
    im far from racist, but an unlicensed older mexican woman????who woulda guessed?????????? *sarcasm* lemme guess, she was driving a beat up mini van????

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