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SAN DIEGO — A 64-year-old man was hospitalized Friday with several broken bones after he was pinned between a wrought iron fence and a vehicle driven by his 40-year-old son, who was receiving a driving lesson in the City Heights area, police said.

Ambulance Arrives at HospitalThe accident occurred in the 4200 block of 35th Street about 9:20 p.m. Thursday, according to San Diego police Officer David Stafford.

While giving his son a driving lesson, the father got out of the vehicle to direct his son into a driveway, Stafford said in a statement.

“The son drove forward and to the right, striking the father and pinning him against a wrought iron fence,” Stafford said. “The father sustained a fractured pelvis, an open fracture to his foot, a fractured knee and fractured tibia.”


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