Man Injured, Woman Arrested in Las Vegas Crash
Las Vegas, NV (July 08, 2021) – On Wednesday, a male pedestrian was injured in Ferndale Street hit-and-run crash.
The accident took place around 2:22 a.m. near Lamb Boulevard and Vegas Valley Drive.
Apparently, someone intentionally struck a man with their car.
Immediately, rescuers took the man to a hospital. His condition is believed to be stable and he is expected to survive.
Meanwhile, officers found a woman short distance away from the scene and detained her. Additionally, the authorities she is considered a person of interest.
Don’t speed, follow the speed limit and never use your phone; always be cautious of your surroundings.
How To Get Away From Road Accidents
Moreover, in today’s current state of affairs, more individuals are walking as a new way to escape home for a while.
As a result, pedestrian accidents have also spiked in popularity, so has the risk of pedestrian accidents.
Indeed, pedestrian accidents more often than not can be avoided.
A common cause of these unfortunate incidents includes drivers speeding. Certainly, motorists who speed do not have enough reaction time to stop or yield for pedestrians who have the right of way. Especially now, with roadways emptier than ever across the world, drivers disobeying the speed limit is at an all-time high. Thus, pedestrian safety is at an all-time low.
Meanwhile, here are some things that we can do to avoid such accidents.
– Always avoid dangerous behaviors: walk on the sidewalk, stay sober, and make eye contact with drivers, don’t assume the driver can see you.
– Additionally, look before you step: cross streets at marked crosswalks/intersections, obey traffic signals, and watch for turning vehicles.
Hire an experienced personal injury attorney from Sweet Lawyers if you or a loved one has been injured in a pedestrian accident.
So, call our offices today at (800) 674 7852 for a free consultation at a location nearest you. For your convenience, you can contact us 24/7 by email, online chat, and text message.