SAN BERNARDINO, California (November 6, 2016) – According to an article by Los Angeles CBS, 3-year-old girl Reagan Bostwick sustained severe injuries following an off-road hit-and-run crash at the Dumont Dunes on October 29, Saturday.
The accident took place at around 9:30 a.m. about 30 miles north of Baker.
As per the report, Reagan and her twin brother were sledding on a sand dune when a dune buggy struck her and took off.
An air ambulance immediately arrived at the scene and rushed Reagan to a hospital in Las Vegas.
Reagan suffered a 5-inch laceration from the bridge of her nose up to the top of her forehead just below her hair line, a small gash to the right side of her head, some minor cuts to her right arm and possibly going to have some bruising, her family said.
Officials are currently putting a lot of effort in the investigation and search operation to arrest the suspect.
Help for the Families
We, at Johnson Attorneys Group, understand what a devastating and stressful experience being involved in a hit-and-run accident can be. If the driver at fault successfully leaves the scene, our attorneys will work diligently to gather eyewitness testimonies in order to help the police identify the driver. Regardless of the reason for the driver fleeing, there is no valid excuse for leaving the scene of an accident especially when another person has been injured. If you or a loved one are in need of a San Bernardino County lawyer to walk you through an injury claim, you may call us for a free consultation at 800-235-680.
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