posted on Jun, 4 2009 @ 06:19 PM
That is good no one was seriously hurt, but unfortunately, many hit and runs do go unpunished. This person probably didn't have insurance, or didn't
want to have his insurance raised, to he made a run for it. If he does have damage to his car, then the cops could have an easier time finding him. I
remember several years ago, this lady ended up behind me and before she came behind me, I saw in the rear view mirror that she was driving like she
was auditioning for the Fast and the Furious. We stopped at a red light, and before it even turned green, I guess she saw the other light change to
run and assumed our red would turn green right away, so she floored it and hit me from behind.
We were in sort of a busy intersection, so I said, let's pull over there, she said ok, so when I turned, she floored it and went away. I tried to
chase her to get her number because I foolishly didn't write down her number, but she ran traffic lights and everything just to get away. Luckily,
the car I was driving was nearly a decade old and was kind of beat up anyway, and their was just a little scratch on my bumper, but since it was just
that, I might have just let her go anyway. Ever since then, when I'm involved in an accident, I get license numbers down, description of the car, and
will refuse to move until the police show up as I'm on the phone calling the cops and then with the insurance company.