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A Pennsylvania man injures 2 in a hit-and-run car accident

Operating a motor vehicle comes with a certain level of responsibility. Most people understand their obligation to themselves as well as their fellow motorists when they drive. Still, the possibility for a car accident to occur is an unfortunate reality. Avoiding involvement in that reality could be as simple as being observant and following the rules of the road designed to keep traffic moving along safely.

There are no promises that driving in accordance to Pennsylvania laws of the roadway will keep you free of accidents, which is the case of two Pennsylvania women recently involved in a hit-and-run accident. According to reports, the two women were involved in a rear-end accident. Supposedly, the driver who caused the crash exited his vehicle and stated that he was going to pull onto a nearby street. Instead, he allegedly sped off, but a witness wrote down his license plate number.

The women in the rear-ended vehicle reportedly drove to the hospital with complaints of injury to their necks and backs, and the driver had a complaint of wrist and thumb injury. The hit-and-run driver was allegedly located later and found to have a suspended driver's license and car registration due to having no car insurance. The hit-and-run driver allegedly admitted to being the cause the car crash. The two women may want to file personal injury claims against the driver to receive reimbursement for the costs associated with their injuries.

Car accidents are unplanned and aren't exactly seen as a welcome event. They take time away from activities one would rather be doing, as well as time away from work to deal with the financial hassles as well as any physical ailments that have occurred due to the accident. The best-case scenario when it comes to being involved in a car accident is one where there are no injuries and the damage is minor. The severity of an accident can't be planned, which is why practicing safe driving benefits all Pennsylvania road occupants.

Source: montgomerynews.com, Upper Gwynedd man charged in Lansdale hit-and-run accident that injured two people, Michael Goldberg, Dec. 19, 2013

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