Bridgeport, CT (May 12, 2019) - Police are reporting an accident occurred early Saturday morning. A female victim was found unconscious and transported to a nearby city hospital.
The incident happened at 2:45 a.m. at the intersection of Washington and Highland avenues, close to the Greene Homes apartment complex.
The victim was transported to St. Vincent's Medical Center via ambulance.
According to authorities, the vehicle hit the woman and then fled the scene. The vehicle involved may be linked to the Connecticut license plate AT-74681.
Police are asking that anyone with information please call them at the Bridgeport police tip line, 203-576-TIPS. All callers will be anonymous.
There is no further information to report at this time regarding the condition of the victim or her identity. The investigation remains open.
Our thoughts are with the injured party and hope that she sees a full and fast recovery.
Hit-and-Run Accident Attorneys in Connecticut
Hit-and-run accidents are awful tragedies that leave innocent victims injured and in pain by no fault of their own. When a victim is stranded with no one attending to them their injuries, these injuries could evolve and become more severe or even result in death. Out of all the states in the US, Connecticut is ranked 9 out of the 10 for the deadliest when it comes to hit-and-run accidents. Approximately 1.09 deaths occur for every 100,000 people.
The Law Offices of Paul Levin understand the pain and the suffering that goes along with unfortunate hit-and-run accidents. Our attorneys are here for you if you or someone you know has been victimized. We will put together a solid case to support you and we will be with you every step of the way. Contact our offices at once to speak with one of our attorneys. We are here to get you the compensation you deserve. Call us at 860-322-5302 and discuss your experience with one of our experienced Connecticut car accident attorneys.
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