Selden, NY – One Identified After Pedestrian Accident Involving Hit-and-Run Driver
Selden, NY (February 9, 2019) – Police from Suffolk are now searching for a hit-and-run driver who left the scene of a pedestrian accident after leaving one man with injuries. The pedestrian has since been identified.
Police say that Ronald Lemire had been walking on Park Hill Drive in Selden around 10:00 p.m. last night. Suddenly, he was struck from behind by a vehicle and ended up on the ground with injuries.
Police claim that the driver of the vehicle that struck him never stopped at the scene. Lemire received injuries that were not life-threatening in nature. There was also no description of the vehicle involved.
At this time, police are still investigating and searching for more information on the possible driver.
Pedestrian Accidents in New York
Pedestrian accidents happen every day on New York roadways, causing a variety of injuries and taking lives of those involved. We would like to extend our sincerest sympathies to the victims who have suffered injuries in these accidents with the hopes that they understand that they have significant rights. If you have received injuries and wonder how you can move forward with a claim against a reckless party, our pedestrian accident attorneys never want you to feel alone.
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