1 Person Injured in Hit-and-Run Pedestrian Crash on N Street near 8th Street [Fresno, CA]

1 Person Injured in Hit-and-Run Pedestrian Crash on N Street near 8th Street [Fresno, CA]

1 Person Injured in Hit-and-Run Pedestrian Crash on N Street near 8th Street [Fresno, CA]

1 Hospitalized after Fresno Pedestrian Accident on N Street

 
FRESNO, CA (July 20, 2020) – Saturday night, a person sustained injuries in a hit-and-run pedestrian crash on N Street.
 
According to reports, an officer found a vehicle on N Street near 8th Street about 10:00 p.m. He discovered that the vehicle had shattered the front windshield.
 
At the same time, authorities received a report of a black four-door car that struck a pedestrian and escaped the scene.
 
The police attempted to stop the vehicle. However, the driver continued driving.
 
Afterward, the suspect struck two parked vehicles and then fled on foot.
 
Meanwhile, responders transported the victim to a local trauma center and are expected to recover.
 

Pedestrians Accidents

 
Pedestrians have the right of way at any crosswalk or intersection. Therefore, it’s a driver’s responsibility to yield and be prepared to stop.
 
While car accidents are far more common than pedestrian accidents, there is still reason to be wary when traveling on foot.
 
Common locations for these pedestrian incidents include shopping center entrances, street corners, and intersections.


“Pedestrian accidents do not occur as much as motor vehicle accidents. Nevertheless, the pedestrian accidents tend to include more serious injuries,” says Tyler Toomey, a practicing attorney at Sweet Lawyers.
 
If you sustained injuries in a crash, reach out to the experienced accident attorneys at Sweet Lawyers. We understand what you are going through. Thus, our team is here to ensure your legal rights are protected. With over 40 years in the legal field, we have the experience and the resources to win your auto accident case. Call us today at (800) 674 7852 for a free, no-obligation consultation at a location nearest you.