17 year old Lilliana sustained life threatening injuries and remains critically injured, but in stable condition at a local hospital after being the victim of a Hit & Run driver on the morning of Friday, September 3rd, Lilliana was the backseat passenger of a friends car that was broadsided by a Hit & Run driver in an SUV that burst into flames in San Marcos. The other driver fled the scene on-foot and has not been found.
Due to her injuries Lilliana will have to undergo multiple surgeries and extensive rehabilitation that will no doubt be a long road to recovery for her and her mother Charmaine.
We as friends initiated this fund raiser to help Lilliana and her mother Charmaine. This will help cover the massive medical expenses and many days of work Charmaine will miss in order to be by her daughter's side during Lilly's recovery.
Southern California Youth Emergency Services will match 100% of every dollar donated to Lilliana's GoFundMe up to our initial goal. So please contribute generously and share this link with your friends and family. No amount is small and your generous help will be greatly appreciated. Please pray for Lilliana and her recovery.
SAN MARCOS, Calif. (KGTV) -- At least three people were hospitalized following a hit-and-run crash at a San Marcos intersection early Friday morning.
At around 2:45 a.m., a white sedan was at the intersection of S. Las Posas Road and La Mirada Drive when it was T-boned by an oncoming vehicle.
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According to San Diego County sheriff’s officials at the scene, the vehicle that hit the white car burst into flames and the driver was seen running away from the scene.
A description of the driver was not immediately available; authorities have not located the driver as of 6:30 a.m.
Three occupants from the white sedan were taken to area hospitals with injuries described as critical.