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Driver and passenger leave man trapped after Fort Wayne auto accident

Apr 20, 2011 | Auto Accident


April 21, 2011

The Journal Gazette reports that a man was seriously injured in a car crash after the driver and passenger fled the scene of the Fort Wayne auto accident.

The local police said that witnesses saw the driver and the front passenger run away from the car after the Fort Wayne auto accident. The driver and passenger were located a short time later.

The man who was trapped in the car was freed and was taken to a local hospital. The driver was also treated for a back injury.

The police are investigating if alcohol played a role in this Fort Wayne auto accident.

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Should the driver and the passenger of this car be charged for leaving a seriously injured friend behind?

If you have been injured in a Fort Wayne auto accident, the Fort Wayne auto accident attorneys at Stewart & Stewart Attorneys can help you.

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