Sirens & Gavels

Woman cited for hit and run in Valley

A Spokane Valley woman told police she was distracted by her 5-year-old son when she hit a pedestrian Saturday, then fled "because she was confused and scared," police said today.

The man who was hit was sore but not injured, police said.

Wendy E. Berg, 32, was arrested after police located her truck at 11900 E. Broadway Ave. A witness said he was stopped at Pines Road and Broadway Avenue when he saw the the truck hit the pedestrian, then drive away on Pines.

Berg told police "she slammed on the brakes, but panicked when she knocked the man down," according to a news release. "She said she drove home in a circuitous route because she was confused and scared"

Berg was cited and released.

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