Riverside County, CA: At Least One Injured in Two-Vehicle Crash
Riverside County, California (February 27, 2018): The California Highway Patrol is conducting an ongoing investigation into a two-vehicle collision involving a hit-and-run driver in Hemet, CA, on Friday night, February 23, 2018. Only limited information about the crash has been made available while the investigation remains open.
Authorities believe the collision happened just after 9:00 p.m. when a black Jeep Cherokee was struck by a white car at the intersection of Mountain Avenue and Highway 74, also known as East Florida Avenue. Emergency response crews, including firefighters and paramedics, were swiftly dispatched to the scene. One person was confirmed to be injured in the collision but the severity of those injuries have not been released and it is unknown whether there were any other victims injured in the crash. The driver of the white car reportedly fled the scene. No updates on the hit-and-run driver have been provided at this time.
The Los Angeles Injury Group would like to extend our deepest sympathies to the victim(s) of this collision, and we are praying for the full and complete recovery of anyone who was injured. Even under the best circumstances, the days, weeks, and months following a motor vehicle crash can be incredibly difficult and stressful. It is important for victims to know how to access the relief that may be available to them under the laws of their state.
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