Posted on Saturday, June 8th, 2019 at 11:02 am
Brooklyn, NY (June 8, 2019) – According to police, on Monday afternoon a hit-and-run driver slammed into a minivan trying to make its way onto 24th Avenue. It then slammed into a parked car next to the sidewalk before fleeing the scene.
There were three occupants in the minivan, identified as a mother and her young son and infant. The hit-and-run driver fled the scene but his front license plate came off and was instantly recovered by police.
The woman claimed that she had been driving her children home from school at that time. The vehicles had bad damage to them.
There were injuries reported but, luckily, they were minor. An ambulance arrived at the scene of the accident.
Police continue their search for the driver and their investigation continues.
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We would like to firstly extend our most sincere thoughts to those involved in this accident, with the hopes that all parties will be able to move forward during this difficult time. Especially in cases involving hit-and-run drivers, we always maintain hope that all parties will be able to identify the party who caused their harm and move forward with a successful claim when a party has acted with outright negligence.
At Hach & Rose, we believe that it is absolutely essential that you have an attorney on your side who is understanding what you have gone through. We understand that there is nothing that compares to the aftermath of an accident and the stress you might be feeling as you recover. Please do not hesitate to contact us at 212-779-0057 to find out how we can assist you.
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