PORTLAND, Ore. — A pedestrian walking on the sidewalk was seriously injured when a driver struck her in the Buckman neighborhood of Southeast Portland on Friday night.

Police responded to the collision just after 7 p.m. near the intersection of Southeast Grand Avenue and Belmont Street.

Officers found a woman who sustained serious but non-life-threatening injuries. She was taken to a hospital.

The driver swerved onto the sidewalk, striking a light pole, according to Portland police.

The driver reversed, and then drove back onto the sidewalk, striking the woman and a building. The driver then tried to reverse again until witnesses yelled at her to stop.

Building, SE Grand and Se Belmont

The driver of the vehicle, Sabrina Hall, was arrested on several charges including DUII and third-degree assault.

Sabrina Hall

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