Huntsville hit and run

Huntsville auto accident injures pedestrian

by Norris Injury Lawyers | January 20th, 2011

January 20, 2011

Parking lots can be the site of Huntsville auto accidents quite often with so many cars going in all directions.

Unfortunately, two people were injured in a Huntsville auto accident in a fast-food restaurant’s parking lot, according to WAFF.

The Huntsville auto accident occurred when a vehicle taking off from the drive-thru struck another car in the restaurant’s parking lot. When the driver tried to flee the scene of the Huntsville auto accident, a pedestrian in the parking lot was hit.

The driver of the car that was struck and the pedestrian were both treated for non-life-threatening Huntsville auto accident injuries.

Police later found the driver who they say caused the Huntsville auto accident. They say charges may be filed.

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What charges, if any, do you think the driver should get after the Huntsville auto accident?

If you’ve ever been injured in a Huntsville auto accident, tell the Alabama auto accident lawyers at Norris Injury Lawyers about your damages.