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01 January 2017 By James M. Johnson 0 comments

Ebony Squire, 21, Killed in Spring Valley Hit-and-Run Crash on Highway 94

SPRING VALLEY: Fatal Pedestrian Crash on Highway 94 at Kenwood DriveSPRING VALLEY, San Diego — A fatal pedestrian accident took place on Highway 94 in the early morning January 1, according to an article by San Diego Union-Tribune.

As per the article, the crash occurred at about 1:30 a.m. near Kenwood Drive.

The pedestrian, identified in ABC 10 News as 21-year-old Ebony Squire, died before being taken to a hospital. He was struck by a vehicle whose driver did not stop and fled the scene.

More information on the deadly collision will be provided once investigation is concluded.

We are deeply saddened by the news of this tragedy. We offer our prayers and most heartfelt condolences to the friends and family of Ebony Squire during such difficult time.

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At Johnson Attorneys Group, our attorneys are persistent advocates and representatives for family members of those who have tragically lost loved ones due to the negligence of a driver or motorist. For more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced San Diego County wrongful death lawyer, you may call us today at 800-235-6801. Our services are free. The only time we get paid is when we obtain a settlement for you.

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