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Hit-and-run driver causes serious accident

Accidents happen. Typically, when an serious accident occurs along a California roadway, all drivers involved stop, report the accident to the proper authorities, make sure that everyone is okay and exchange insurance information. These steps are not only required by law but also are the right thing to do. Unfortunately, this does not always happen. There are times when drivers choose to avoid responsibility for their actions.

Rather than tuck his children into bed on Christmas night, one man lost his life in an accident with a hit-and-run driver. The 32-year-old man driving the sedan was declared dead at the accident site. Three children and the man's fiancée were also injured in the accident. The finance was pregnant at the time of the accident, and the baby was delivered by C-Section shortly after she arrived at the hospital.

Reports indicate that the driver of an SUV collided with a sedan. The impact pushed the sedan, causing it to finally come to rest next to an apartment building. The make and model of the SUV is currently unknown; however, it was dark in color. Rather than stop to determine the extent of damage and injuries as well as take responsibility for his or her actions, the driver continued going.

California authorities are searching for the driver who caused this serious accident. Individuals who lose loved ones or those who are injured in an accident similar to this one often find it necessary to pursue the matter in civil court once the driver is identified. Such action can provide some sense of closure as well as provide needed funds to cover the financial losses and pay expenses caused by such an accident.

Source:, "Man killed in hit and run on Christmas night in Hanford identified, police search for suspect", Dec. 26, 2017

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