Trumbull – Highway Hit-And-Run Incident
A motorist fled the scene following a highway crash in Trumbull early yesterday morning.
State and local authorities were alerted to the incident at around 12:24 a.m. Emergency crews were dispatched to Exit 48 (Main Street), on the southbound side of Route 15, and discovered a crash that resulted in damage and injuries. Paramedics were requested on-site to help those involved in the crash. According to officials, at least one motorist fled the accident site immediately following the incident. Authorities are currently looking for the suspect and investigating the cause of the crash. This post will be updated as soon as more info becomes available.
Instances of hit-and-run will always aggravate cases against suspects involved in any road-related incident. It’s in these cases where witness reports can be valuable, as well as the dedication the law enforcement community will always exhibit when dealing with these events. These things said, people injured due to negligent or reckless behavior should be aware of the various legal avenues they can explore with the help of expert counsel. Filing for damages can be one option and can help victims cope and find closure post-incident.
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