BERKELEY (CBS SF) – An elderly San Pablo woman was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence on Sunday after she struck a man with her car near the University of California at Berkeley campus, leaving him in critical condition, a police spokeswoman said.

Berkeley police received reports of an injury collision at the intersection of Hearst Avenue and Spruce Street at 8:35 p.m., Berkeley police spokeswoman Jennifer Coats said.

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The driver, Mary Lou Cordova, 83, was traveling west on Hearst Avenue when she struck the 24-year-old Oakland man, who was attempting to cross the street toward the UC Berkeley campus, Coats said.

The victim was transported to a hospital with severe injuries, and remains there in critical condition, she said. It is unclear whether the victim has an affiliation with the campus, Coats said.

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Cordova stayed at scene to speak with investigators, was determined to be driving under the influence, and was arrested, police said.

Berkeley police are continuing to investigate the collision.

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