Hit-and-Run Accident on Highway 273 Involving an Electric Scooter Left One Hurt

ANDERSON, CA (November 10, 2021) – One unnamed woman sustained injuries following a hit-and-run accident on Highway 273 Thursday evening.

The incident happened around 8:30 p.m., November 4, in the area of southbound Highway 273, north of Bruce Street.

According to the CHP, a passing vehicle struck a woman riding her electric scooter and fled the scene without rendering any aid, though the events that led to the crash remain unknown.

Officials described the suspect driver as a white woman in her 20s in a small white vehicle.

At this time, authorities stated that the victim sustained major injuries but non-life threatening.

An active investigation is underway. Anderson Police will release additional information once it becomes available.

Road accidents can happen anytime, anywhere, and to anyone. When behind the wheel, always be on the lookout for smaller vehicles sharing the road. As a rider, stay in your lane and observe the movements of vehicles around you. Also, wear proper riding equipment and stay visible at night time.

When scooter accidents happen, the injuries can disrupt the victim’s life. Talk to the personal injury lawyers at Sweet James as soon as possible. With over 20 years of experience in the field, they can help you fight for your legal rights. Regardless of your situation, their attorneys can help you process your accident claim effortlessly, fairly, and in a timely manner. Call their offices today at (800) 975-3435 for a free and confidential case evaluation. Need help after hours? You can also reach them 24 hours a day and 7 days a week through email, text, and online chat. If you are a family member of any of the victims involved in this accident, they may be able to help you obtain the police report. Click here to request a police report.

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