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Missouri hit and run car accident turns deadly

When someone turns a motor vehicle crash into a hit and run accident, others may be put at risk besides those involved in the initial incident. In one particular Missouri collision, it was a secondary car accident after an initial hit and run that led to a death of an innocent man. The man who lost his life was 53 years old.

Missouri car accident leaves man dead on the roadway

Whenever there is a two-vehicle car crash, the chances of injuries may be great for those in either vehicle. However, once the parties exit the vehicle after a car accident and examine the damage, there may be a sense of relief that everyone is apparently safe. One recent Missouri car accident made news when one of the men involved in the collision survived the initial impact, but later died after passing out at the scene while inspecting the damage done to his vehicle.

Family may have cause for wrongful death suit in Missouri

Any time someone works in a dangerous industry or around dangerous chemicals, there is always the chance that a mishap, accident or even a death could occur. In Missouri, one worker has lost his life while on the job. If the company is found to be negligent in how they operated or if they failed to protect him, the family of the man may very well have a case for a wrongful death claim.

Pedestrian loses his life in Missouri car accident

It is rarely easy for family members to deal with losing a loved one unexpectedly, no matter the age of the person who passes away. Pedestrian accidents that prove to be fatal often leave behind such grieving family members. The family of a 74-year-old Missouri man who lost his life in this type of car accident will now be left behind to mourn his untimely death.

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