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Motor vehicle accidents: Hit-and-run crash injures child

Choosing to leave the scene of an accident is not only unlawful, but such a decision could also leave any injured parties without medical attention for extended periods. Those who do not get the necessary treatment following motor vehicle accidents may run a greater risk of suffering long-term or even permanent injuries in the process. A 12-year-old child is in the hospital with critical injuries following a recent hit-and-run accident in California.

1 killed in hit-and-run car accident in California

Those who operate a motor vehicle at a high rate of speed are inherently less capable of handling a multitude of driving scenarios. Those who encounter a speeding driver may also be left with insufficient time to respond to the situation and they could be the ones left suffering when a collision occurs. One person has died during a recent hit-and-run car accident involving a speeding driver in California.

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