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Posted on March 30, 2017 by

Man Charged After Killing a Pedestrian in St. Louis

Drag racing is something that still takes place in St. Louis, and when it does it can end rather badly for those involved. According to an article on the KMOV website, one man was recently drag racing another driver when he struck a pedestrian.

The incident occurred at about 11:30 am, and the suspect in the case was traveling at a high rate of speed along Natural Bridge in the Greater Ville neighborhood of St. Louis. To make matters worse, he fled the scene of the accident.

Authorities later found his abandoned vehicle, and he was eventually located and taken into custody. The victim, who was a fifty-five year-old woman, died at the scene of the collision.

The article states that the man was charged with 1st Degree Involuntary Manslaughter, Armed Criminal Action, and Leaving the Scene of an Accident.

The woman’s family is devastated, as you can imagine, and they may feel as though there’s nothing they can do. As your St. Louis pedestrian accident attorney, we want you to know that you can take legal action if you lose a loved one, or if you are hurt because of a negligent driver.

It’s possible to file a case against this driver, and it may even be possible to file a case against the other driver that was present. We want to help you get justice. Contact your St. Louis pedestrian accident attorney today.