• December 02, 2022

Jeremy Morris Injured in Hit-and-Run on McKinnon St in Dallas, TX

Dallas, TX — May 2, 2022, 32-year-old Jeremy Morris was injured in a hit-and-run crash on McKinnon Street in Dallas.

Authorities say the incident happened around 6:00 p.m. on McKinnon near Hunt Street. Preliminary investigation suggests Morris was driving a Dodge Dart north on the roadway when another vehicle of unknown make and model merged into his lane and hit him. After the impact the Dodge spun out and the other vehicle left the scene northward without stopping.

Morris suffered serious injuries in the crash.

No further information is available at this time.

Commentary on Jeremy Morris Hit-and-Run in Dallas

Learning of yet another hit-and-run on Texas roads is always disheartening, yet it seems like every day there's a new one in the news. I may be a few months late in encountering this one, but the same frustrations apply--did someone really have so little regard for the victim and the law? Usually when that happens, it's eventually learned they urgently wanted to hide something from police. That could be warrants, drugs, drunk driving, or something else entirely, but in many cases there's just something they wanted to remain a secret.

Jeremy Morris Injured in Hit-and-Run on McKinnon St in Dallas, TX

Finding out which (if any) factor led the driver to flee could lead to unique consequences for them, but motives and consequences can only be determined after they're identified and caught. Simply keeping these reports in the public eye as much as possible is a vital step toward achieving that. Anyone from a family member or friend to a co-worker or even a total stranger could reach out if the right details spark some recognition. Whatever happens, there is still hope that the victim will see justice done.

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