A freak vehicle accident left a 53-year-old Greenbrae woman with severe injuries Sunday afternoon, a police sergeant said.
The woman was walking in the 300 block of Via La Cumbre in Greenbrae around 2 p.m., Twin Cities police Sgt. Ryan Dunnigan said.
A gray Porsche convertible driven by a 67-year-old Greenbrae woman swerved to the right to avoid hitting a vehicle that was slowing down ahead of her to avoid hitting the pedestrian on the right side of the single-lane road, Dunnigan said.
The Porsche struck the left rear corner and tire of a parked Honda, causing the Honda to pivot, Dunnigan said.
The Honda pivoted on its right tire and spun nearly 180 degrees and the pedestrian was struck by part of the Honda and the front windshield of the Porsche, Dunnigan said.
The Porsche came to rest underneath the Honda.
The injured Greenbrae woman was treated for leg and head injuries at the scene and taken to Marin General Hospital, Dunnigan said. She was in critical condition Sunday and in stable condition Monday.
Police did not release the names of the pedestrian and Porsche driver.
The Porsche driver was not intoxicated at the time of the incident, which remains under investigation, Dunnigan said.
— Bay Cities News Service