Hit-and-run driver found

A 28 year-old woman who crashed into a Miami Beach bus stop and then drove away has been found and charged with four counts of leaving the scene of an accident that resulted in bodily injury. She was stopped by police at a gas station and was later arrested.

Four people waiting for the bus were injured in the accident. Three victims were in serious condition after the crash and the other was taken to the trauma center. Two have now been released and the others are currently in stable condition.

The woman was released after posting bail and will stand trial next month.

If you or someone you love has been injured in a car accident, contact the Des Moines auto accident lawyers of LaMarca Law Group, P.C. by calling (515) 225-2600.


Iowa woman pleads guilty to hit-and-run

A 22 year-old Waterloo woman has pleaded guilty after she purposefully drove her car over a curb and towards a group of people. One of the people had a stroller with a baby inside. The woman hit the stroller and the child was taken to a hospital but does not have life-threatening injuries.

Waterloo police said the woman had been in a physical argument with several people before she got behind the wheel and attempted to run them over. According to reports, she jumped the curb several times before she hit the stroller. She fled the scene but eventually turned herself in.

If you or someone you love has been injured in a car accident, contact the Des Moines auto accident lawyers of LaMarca Law Group, P.C., at (515) 225-2600.


Driver Not at Fault In Car vs. Bicycle Accident

The driver of a car that hit a bicyclist on Sunday is not at fault, police said. They did have to issue him a ticket for not having his proof of insurance. According to witnesses 47-year-old Dan Bell had no way to avoid the accident.

A friend told police that her warned Michael Olson, the injured bicyclist, that a car was coming and not to ride into the street. He said Olson proceeded to ride in a circle and then cross the street in front of the car, in an attempt to beat the vehicle.

The driver, Bell, heard the bicyclists but could not stop his car in time. 39-year-old Michael Olson had suffered severe ankle injuries and road rash. Olson says that he cannot remember what happened.

Accidents on the road can be extremely dangerous. If you or someone you know has been in a bicycle accident, contact your Des Moines Bicycle Accident Attorneys at LaMarca Law Group, P.C., by dialing (515) 225-2600 today.


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