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A 48-year-old Jurupa Valley man was arrested Wednesday, March 2, on suspicion of felony hit-and-run in a collision that critically injured a Highgrove girl. DeAsha Butts, a first-grader at Highgrove Elementary who turned 7 on Tuesday, was walking home from school about 2:30 p.m. Friday when she crossed Iowa Avenue near Villa Street in the unincorporated community of Highgrove, in front of her home, when she was struck by a truck headed north. DeAsha suffered bleeding from her brain, a bruised lung, fractured pelvis, leg fractures and multiple scrapes, and her left ear had to be reattached, according to her cousin, Kim Thompson. Family members are keeping Vinson in their hearts as well. "We're praying for him and his family. If he is married and has kids, that will affect them too." Vinson works as a contractor at Flowright Concrete, according to the state Department of Consumer Affairs licensing website. He was fined $492 in 2000 after being cited for driving a truck or tractor at an unsafe speed and operating an unsafe vehicle, according to Riverside County Superior Court records. Vinson was fined $1,815 in 2007 after being cited for driving at an unsafe speed and failing to provide proof of registration and insurance. Anyone with additional information on the hit-and-run may contact the CHP's Riverside office Every one pray for him.................... She has a long road for recovery we need your help


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