• September 08, 2022

Pedestrian Injured in Hit-and-run Accident on 4th Street in Lubbock, TX

Lubbock, TX -- September 7, 2022, a pedestrian sustained injuries due to an accident where a vehicle hit them, then fled the scene.

Authorities indicated that the incident happened at around 7:30 p.m. along 4th Street near Alcove Avenue.

Details said that someone was walking on 4th when a vehicle somehow hit them. That vehicle then left the scene.

Sources say that the victim had serious injuries following the collision. Police say only that the suspect vehicle was white. No further information is available at this time.

Commentary on Pedestrian Hit-and-run Accident on 4th Street in Lubbock

Pedestrian Injured in Hit-and-run Accident on 4th Street in Lubbock, TX

Hit-and-runs are infuriating, to say the least, and they unfortunately happen quite often all across the state. Usually, it's someone with something specific to hide, such as warrants, drugs, or drunk driving. Those can result in more complex legal situations, which is why it's important to be as thorough as possible once authorities have identified the driver in question. In the meantime, it would be helpful for folks in the community to be as vigilant as possible until someone is able to connect the dots and identify the suspect. I maintain hope that persistence and time will help get the victim the opportunity for help they deserve.


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