Woman Run Over By LAPD Cruiser On Venice Beach Reveals Frightening Details
Recently we reported that an LAPD vehicle accidentally ran over a woman who was sunbathing on the Venice Beach boardwalk.
The Preliminary reports said that she did not suffer any internal injuries or broken bones, however, the woman has a completely different story.
In an interview with ABC Eyewitness News, the woman who wants to be identified as Aurora opens up about the frightening incident.
“I remember screaming so I was definitely in pain, but I don’t remember specific sensations of pain. I just remember that it was awful,” she said.
She says that she had fallen asleep on the beach and the LAPD car right over her head and entire body.
“I think when he saw me, he was like, ‘Oh my gosh, there’s a person.’ And he said, ‘Are you OK?’ And I told him, ‘You’re on my leg.’ So the tire did kind of land on my leg for a while,” Aurora added.
The police said that they did not see her sleeping on the sand and that they have no system to alert people that they’re doing a patrol.
She spent three days in the hospital with broken ribs and dizziness.
“I’m really happy to be alive right now,” she added.