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10 October 2015 By James M. Johnson 0 comments

JURUPA VALLEY: Hit-and-Run Collision Forces Toyota Scion Off Right Shoulder of 15 Freeway

JURUPA VALLEY, California (Friday, October 9, 2015) – A dark blue Toyota Scion ran off the right shoulder on southbound Interstate 15 Freeway, south of Cantu Galleano Ranch Road, ejecting one of the three occupants as it overturned onto its roof. According to a witness and the occupants of the victims’ vehicle, another vehicle had been driving recklessly and forced them from the roadway. The suspect was reportedly a male in his 30s or 40s who wore his hair long and sported facial hair, driving a two-door Honda Civic. He was also described as supposedly wearing a dark shirt and blue jeans.

The traffic collision occurred at about 6:32 p.m. this evening, according to a report by the California Highway Patrol, San Bernardino. The police have been scouring the area for the suspect. They currently have no additional leads.

If you have been injured in a traffic collision and would like to speak to a personal injury attorney, please call Johnson Attorneys Group for a free consult and learn your legal rights: 800-235-6801.

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