Minor Injured in DUI Crash near Cajon Pass Gas Station

SAN BERNARDINO, CA (January 27, 2023) – Saturday night, Kevin Williams was arrested after a hit-and-run crash on Wagon Train Road.

The incident happened on January 21st, at around 10:08 p.m., at 3260 Wagon Train Road, a Chevron gas station.

According to police, deputies responded to a call reporting shots fired. Upon arrival, authorities found that a 2021 Ford Explorer had driven into the gas station store and struck a child inside. Williams, the driver of the Explorer, then fled the scene without rendering aid to the victim. As he drove away, an unidentified person fired shots at the suspect’s vehicle.

The person who used the firearm also fled the area before the authorities arrived. Responding paramedics transported the juvenile to a hospital for treatment of minor injuries.

Eventually, deputies managed to track down the suspect along the northbound shoulder of Interstate 15.

Officers later booked 33-year-old Kevin Williams into the Central Detention Center in San Bernardino for felony hit-and-run causing injuries and suspicion of DUI.

Thinking, reasoning, and muscle coordination are essential in operating a vehicle safely. So, never drive while under the influence of alcohol or other altering substances. The consequences of a DUI can be devastating for you and others. By being responsible, you can keep yourself and others on the road safe.

If you have been injured in a hit-and-run car accident, please contact Sweet James today. It is their goal to provide your loved one with the highest quality legal representation. Their firm is dedicated to helping your bereaved family obtain both justice and maximum settlement. Their seasoned personal injury attorneys will fight by your side and get what you rightfully deserve. Call their office for your free consultation at (800) 500-5200.

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