Greenwich – Arrest Made In Pedestrian Incident
A motorist suspected of hitting and killing a pedestrian in Greenwich was arrested yesterday.
On November 29, 2019, 63-year-old Regina P. Dowling was crossing Station Drive on a designated crosswalk when she was struck by a vehicle driven by 82-year-old Charles P. Graves. Dowling sustained critical injuries and died in the incident. After a thorough investigation of the crash, charges of making an improper turn, failure to grant right of way, and negligent homicide with a motor vehicle have been filed against Graves. He is scheduled to appear in court on January 23.
While most pedestrian cases are unintentional, negligence plays a significant part in many instances. It’s important to take note of this because motorists and pedestrians who are injured due to the negligent actions of other individuals may have the option of filing damage claims against these suspects under appropriate circumstances and with the help of expert counsel.
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