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Motor vehicle accidents: 3 killed in hit-and-run crash in Florida

Failing to stop at a red light before proceeding through an intersection can be a hazardous maneuver. Such decisions inherently increase the chances motor vehicle accidents may occur and incidents of this nature can have calamitous results. Three individuals died during a recent hit-and-run collision after a driver failed to stop for a red light in Florida.

According to reports, law enforcement agents responded to the scene of the crash on a recent Saturday evening. Initial investigations indicate the accident occurred when the driver of a car failed to stop for a red light before crossing into an intersection. The car reportedly proceeded to collide with a second vehicle shortly thereafter, causing it to spin out of control.

According to authorities, the impact of the crash forced all three occupants of the second vehicle to be ejected from within. Reportedly, all three of them passed away at the scene of the crash. Apparently, the driver who caused the crash and a passenger in the first vehicle both fled the scene and efforts to locate them are underway.

Fatal motor vehicle accidents are often disastrous incidents that leave surviving loved ones mourning over an unexpected loss. When such a loss comes as a result of another party's negligent behavior, the family members of the deceased may wish to know the next steps to take to seek restitution, but the civil justice system can be challenging to navigate alone. Fortunately, there are attorneys in Florida who can examine the incident and assist a person in preparing to pursue the full amount of restitution entitled through a claim against the party deemed responsible.

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