University of Buffalo, NY (November 4, 2018) – University of Buffalo Police are currently investigating a pedestrian accident involving a hit-and-run driver on their campus. The accident took place on November 1 around 10 p.m. at night on Hadley Road.
The accident took place just in front of the Hadley Village Apartments when a female victim was crossing the street and was injured by a driver. The 20-year-old has been described as an undergraduate student from Singapore. She was quickly taken to the Erie County Medical Center and is listed in critical condition at this time.
Police have not yet found the suspect but they have been described as somebody in a 2003-2008 model four-door Honda Accord. The vehicle might have damage to the front right hood, head lamps, and more. Police continue to investigate at this time.
University of Buffalo Pedestrian Accident
Pedestrian accidents can be life-changing experiences, especially when they involve a driver who is not looking out for the well-being of others and engages in a criminal act such as a hit-and-run. We wish to extend our deepest sympathies to those involved in this crash and hope that they will be able to move forward at this time. These accidents happen for many reasons include distracted driving, driving while intoxicated, speeding, and more. When a driver chooses to flee the scene, they are committing a serious crime that can lead to charges, holding them liable for your injuries.
It is important to understand that you have many rights if you have fallen victim to another party’s neglect under New York personal injury law. We are devoted to helping you in your time of need if you have been involved in one of these accidents. Please call us today at Hach & Rose at 212-779-0057 for more information on how we can help.
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