Hit-and-Run America

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My lifesaver Candi

An ongoing collection of unsolved hit-and-run cases, with a focus on car/pedestrian incidents, from across the country since Jan. ‘010.

89. Prince George’s County, Md. Feb. 18. 32-year-old U.S. Department of Agriculture employee struck and killed by unidentified vehicle.
90. Millerton, Ct. Feb. 14. 45-year-old man critically injured after being struck by unidentified car on stretch of road without sidewalks.
91. North Whitehall Twp., Pa. Feb. 16. Dodge Ram 2500 pickup, either dark red or burgundy, with a Western model snow plow suspected in hit-and-run; driven by white male, between the ages of 50 and 60, with gray hair and a beard.
92. Austin, Texas. Feb. 16. Several people injured by hit-and-run incident involving “a gold or tan-colored four-door vehicle,” suspected of being Fat Tuesday related, outside a Wendy’s. (No word on the tax implications.)
93. Chesterfield, Va. Feb. 17. Unidentified biker struck and critically injured by unidentified vehicle on stretch of road known for collisions.

Related stories:
Here’s one about police officers allegedly involved in a hit-and-run coverup. Classy.
Here’s one about a young victim recovering and getting back to school.
Here’s one about an arrest being made in that state-senator case from Arkansas the other day.
Here’s one about police near San Fran closing a highway to reconstruct a fatal hit-and-run.
Here’s one about the Kingdom of Jordan estimating that 40 percent of all traffic deaths result from hit-and-runs.

The list: Nos. 1-17, 18-24, 25-30, 31-39, 40-43, 44-56, 57-64, 65-72, 73-78, 79-82, 83-88, 89-93.

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