Woman Hurt in Westminster Hit-and-Run Pedestrian Accident on Klamath Drive
WESTMINSTER, CA (June 30, 2022) — A woman was injured in a hit-and-run pedestrian accident on Klamath Drive at Iroquois Road.
According to Westminster police, the hit-and-run accident happened around 6:15 a.m. on Wednesday. A woman, known to walk her three dogs, suffered serious injuries when a silver Ford Explorer bearing through a four-way stop sign intersection struck her.
Rather than pulling over to help, the driver fled the scene.
Soon after, authorities responded and brought her to UC Irvine Medical Center, where she is expected to survive her critical injuries.
At this time, the police need the public’s help in locating the vehicle and driver involved in this crash. If anyone has seen a similar vehicle with damage to the hood and left front corner, please call Sgt. Anil Adam at 714-548-3770.
Actively paying attention to your surroundings can minimize the risks of accidents. Always keep safety in mind. Be cautious around residential areas, stop at all stop signs and slow down. Applying these safe driving practices can keep you and others safe.
A pedestrian accident victim has the right to recover financial compensation for his or her injuries. If you believe you may have a case worth pursuing, call The Law Offices of Daniel Kim. Because a negligent motorcycle accident or even pedestrian accident can leave victims with injuries, financial obligations or other damages, moving forward might be difficult. Our goal lies in helping you pursue the compensation you deserve. Call (800) 895-7199 for a complimentary consultation. Daniel can also get you a copy of the police report from the accident.