Yes, we do. This is a normal use of the two words. Your example means he was travelling at speed and he collided with the girl. It means what it says: 'ran' indicates the speed of movement and 'into' the force of the impact with the victim.
In fact, this is the literal meaning of 'run into + object'. It's the same as 'drive into + object' or 'crash into + object', as opposed to the "meet by chance" meaning, which is more figurative.