Amnesic Woman Critically Injured In Santa Ana Hit-And-Run Begins To Talk

CBS Los Angeles

SANTA ANA (CBSLA.com) — Santa Ana officers are hopeful they can soon figure out the identity of an amnesic woman who was injured last year in a hit-and-run.

Jane Doe, as she’s officially known on the fourth floor of Western Medical Center, was critically wounded as she crossed 4th and Lacy streets in Santa Ana before dawn on Oct. 15, 2013.

The woman had no identification when she arrived in the ER, and her fingerprints didn’t match anyone in the system.

CBS2’s Michele Gile reports that the woman was in a coma and needed brain surgery.

“Basically, she was all alone when she came in. She had all these injuries and no family came for her. And when she woke up, she’s saying, ‘Oh, where’s my family?’ And she had a hard time remembering who they were,” Nurse Michelle Newton said.

Four and a half months later, Jane Doe has…

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