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Pedestrian Injured in State Route 12 Hit-And-Run Crash [Elma, WA]

Pedestrian Injured in State Route 12 Hit-And-Run Crash [Elma, WA]

Police Seek the Driver in the State Route 12 Hit-And-Run Crash

 
Elma, WA (January 1, 2021) – Friday evening, a pedestrian sustained injuries in a hit-and-run crash on State Route 12.
 
The Elma crash was reported after 5:10 p.m. on January 1.
 
Police said a vehicle struck the pedestrian then fled the scene, heading eastbound on SR 12 toward Oakville.
 
Authorities are currently searching for the driver and the vehicle described as a late 90s Honda, with a loud exhaust, yellow headlights, and has possible front end/hood damage.
 
Anyone with information about the Elma collision is asked to call 360-482-3131.

How Cases Such as This One Arise

Pedestrian accidents more often than not can be avoided. A common cause of these unfortunate incidents includes drivers speeding. 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.”

Hire an Experienced Personal Injury Attorney from Sweet Lawyers

The most valuable step you can take in response to a vehicle crash is hiring a personal injury attorney. Mark Sweet, a personal injury attorney at Sweet Lawyers, says that serious car accident cases may call for a separate investigation spearheaded by an experienced lawyer fighting on behalf of the injured party.


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