Juvenile Hurt in ATV Crash on Anthony Avenue
Stockton, CA (October 13, 2022) On October 1st, an ATV was involved in a hit-and-run collision on Dana Avenue that injured a juvenile.
CHP Stockton says that the ATV crash happened around 7:54 p.m. west of Anthony Avenue.
Reports say that 2 white male adults are riding the ATV when the vehicle struck the young pedestrian. Officials say that the riders fled the scene after the collision.
Furthermore, the suspects drove south on Del Mar Avenue near Horner Avenue.
Additionally, officials describe the riders as chubby and stand approximately 5’-05” and are at between 50-55 years old.
This is a powerful reminder to always pay close attention to drivers around you. Constantly keep a considerable distance from others just in case harm is near.
When driving, it is important to follow all driving laws and the conditions of the road. If you see any vehicle or driver that looks dangerous, keep your distance. If a vehicle is weaving in and out of the lanes in front of you, get out of their way.
Injury in Road Accidents: What Can You Do?
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