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One injured after hit-and-run in KC

It's not been a very jolly start to the holiday season for one man following a hit-and-run accident that left him seriously injured. The accident happened at the intersection of Blue Ridge and U.S. Highway 24 in Kansas City when a tow-truck driver was arguing with a woman. Likewise, while the man was standing in front of the woman's vehicle, he was struck. Furthermore, the woman who hit the man tried to flee the scene of the accident all the while the man was hanging on the hood of her vehicle. After a short struggle, the man finally let go of the hood of the car, and the woman sped off.

Horrified on-lookers saw the entire event unfold, and were worried the man was dead at the first sight of him because he was simply laying on the ground following being hit. Police are still trying to locate the woman that hit the tow truck driver, yet have a good idea of who she is because she's a regular at the shop where the accident occurred, and a photo of her license plate was taken as well. The man who was hit was seriously injured, but is expected to make a full recovery.

The skilled St. Louis personal injury attorney's at Meyerkord & Kurth are dedicated professionals that are prepared to vigorously represent you, or your family member who were involved in a semi truck, or motor-vehicle accidents. Furthermore, our experienced attorney's have over a century of combined experience, and will fight tirelessly for you while assisting in recovering the fair financial compensation you deserve. Please contact our St. Louis office today for a free consultation.

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