Attempted Hit-and-Run on Madison Street in Bakersfield
BAKERSFIELD (July 25, 2018) – On July 22, Sunday, a traffic accident took pace on Madison Street.
Multi-Vehicle Accident Sunday in Bakersfield
The California Highway Patrol logged a white sedan, a gray Hyundai sedan, and a white box truck collided for unknown reasons in the 1106 block of the street.
Emergency teams arrived at the scene around 1:44 a.m. and attended to the people involved. It was not immediately disclosed if there were injuries in the accident.
Officials mentioned a motorist apparently attempted to evade the crash site. The identity of the suspected hit-and-run driver remained unknown at this time.
The detectives handling the case continue to determine exactly what happened here and why.
Kern County Car Accident Lawyer
Motorists are obliged to remain at the scene after being involved in a collision. A driver who flees the area without rendering assistance or leaving a contact information can be subjected to felony hit-and-run charges. Based on this news report, it is apparent that the motorists involved who continued driving after hitting a woman will be held responsible for the traffic collision.
If you, or your loved one, have been involved in similar situation and you are unsure of what steps to take, contact our experienced Kern County car accident lawyers today at 855-703-4186 and allow us to provide you with a free case consultation.
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