Jacksonville, FL (June 10, 2019) - A woman is dead after a hit-and-run crash on Shindler Drive. The incident took place between 103rd Street and Middleburg Road South on Sunday, June 9th.
Just after 3:00 a.m., the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office received a call regarding a person lying in the roadway. Deputies and rescue workers quickly arrived on-scene and transported the female victim to a local hospital, where she was pronounced dead. She has not been identified at this time, pending notification of family. Police are investigating the crash but at this time do not have any information on a suspect vehicle.
Anyone with details regarding the incident is asked to call the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office at 904-630-0500 or Crime Stoppers at 866-845-TIPS.
We are saddened to learn of this tragic hit-and-run crash in Jacksonville and our thoughts are with her loved ones at this time. Hit-and-run collisions are often dangerous and deadly. Hit-and-runs tend to happen late at night, in the early morning hours, or in isolated and lightly-traveled areas where there are no witnesses around to observe the events that took place. Although drivers are legally required to remain at the scene of almost any Florida car accident, many choose to evade responsibility for their actions and flee before police can arrive to investigate.
At Rubenstein Law, we know how frustrating a hit-and-run crash can be. These types of crashes often leave you with far more questions than answers and it is difficult to comprehend the mindset of a hit-and-run driver. We are here to help you during this difficult time. We will assist you with finding sources of compensation, even if the other driver is never located, in order to ease the financial burdens that you are facing.
For your free consultation, give us a call at any time, at 1-800 FL-Legal.
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