Leo Miller and Kimberly Christenson Hospitalized in Yakima County Hit-and-Run Crash
Yakima County, WA (November 12, 2020) – On Sunday, Leo Miller and Kimberly Christenson were injured after a hit-and-run crash on State Route 22.
Washington State Patrol said the accident happened at 10:50 p.m. when an unknown male was driving south on Division Road.
At the same time, Miller, and his passenger, Christenson were driving a perpendicular route heading East on State Route 22.
WSP said the unknown driver was about to turn westbound when he crashed into Miller’s vehicle.
Immediately, the unknown driver got out of his car and took off on foot.
Rescuers took Miller and Christenson to Virginia Mason Memorial Hospital.
Meanwhile, authorities continue to investigate the Yakima County crash.
There can indeed be several distractions on the road. That is why you need to constantly scan your surroundings for other motorists and any possibly dangerous circumstances.
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