Victim Described as Man in Wheelchair
KEYES, Stanislaus County (August 3, 2016) – A man in a wheelchair was hurt as a result of being hit by a vehicle at Jennie Avenue and 10th Street, according to a California Highway Patrol dispatch.
The accident happened on August 3, Wednesday at around 10:30 p.m.
In detail, the CHP mentioned a man in a wheelchair was likely passing through the intersection with its dog. Then suddenly, the pedestrian was struck by an oncoming dark colored vehicle which then sped away after collision.
The impact resulted in the pedestrian ejected from its wheelchair. The victim suffered trauma of unspecified severity. Paramedics immediately responded to the site and provided aid to the injured.
Further, a parked vehicle at the area was also reported to have sustained damage as related to the incident.
As per the log, the suspect’s vehicle was last seen on 10th.
We encourage you to speak with us today if you have suffered injuries caused by a hit-and-run driver. At Johnson Attorneys Group, we understand the impact of accidents to the victims; and the financial difficulties they have to go through. Our Stanislaus County lawyers will provide the best legal representation and guide you every step of the way until we win your case. Call us at 800-235-6801 and let us help you obtain the compensation and justice you deserve.
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