UNCONSCIOUS WOMAN FOUND IN SF'S PRESIDIO
03/02/06 2:45 PST
An unconscious woman, the victim of an apparent hit-and-run accident, was discovered lying in a ditch in the Presidio of San Francisco this morning,the U.S. Park Police reported.
The woman is alive but remains unconscious in a hospital, according to Detective Tony DePalma.
A park employee found the woman around 7 a.m. just off of Washington Boulevard near Kobbe Avenue.
Police describe her as a white woman around 30 years old with blonde hair. The woman is 5 feet 9 inches tall and weighs around 140 pounds. She was dressed in a light blue jogging top, navy blue shorts, and white running shoes. She was also wearing a pink Timex watch and carrying an orange iPod music player, according to police.
Police are asking anyone with information either on the accident or on the woman's identity to contact the criminal investigations branch of the U.S. Park Police. The public may call Detective Sgt. Jansing at (415) 561-5144 or DePalma at (415) 561-5153.
Information sought in hit-and-run of jogger
Friday, March 3, 2006
A jogger found unconscious in the Presidio on Thursday morning was the apparent victim of a hit-and-run driver, U.S. Park Police said.
The jogger, identified as Ashlyn Dyer, 27, of San Francisco, was found by a Presidio worker at around 7 a.m. She had an orange iPod with her but no identification or keys.
Dyer was found lying in a ditch off Washington Boulevard at Kobbe Avenue. It was unknown how long she had been there. Anyone with information about the incident is asked to call Detective Sgt. Robert Jansing at (415) 561-5144, or Detective Anthony DePalma at (415) 561-5153.
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