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22 May 2014 By James M. Johnson 0 comments

HOLLISTER: Hit-and-Run Car Accident on Highway 25 at Shore Road

HOLLISTER, California (May 22, 2014) — The driver of a black Scion was injured Thursday morning in a hit-and-run car accident on Highway 25 at Shore Road, according to a CHP report.

About 7:56 a.m., CHP officers responded to a report that a small black car was rear-ended and the driver who hit the vehicle had fled the scene. Police responded to the report which stated that the suspect driver had exited the westbound Highway 25 onto the northbound Bolsa and then Christopher Ranch where the vehicle was abandoned at the parking lot of an administrative building.

Police are still looking for the suspected hit-and-run driver who caused the injury accident and fled the scene.

“Hopefully, no one was seriously injured in this crash,” said Attorney James Johnson. “Drivers who flee an accident causing injuries may face serious charges as well as be held liable for the injuries and property damage of the person they hit.”

If you have legal questions after being injured in a car accident and want to know what your rights are, contact Johnson Attorneys Group at 800-235-6801 for a free, no-obligation consultation with a San Benito County personal injury attorney.

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