Car accident news
21/10/2008

Woman flags final journey

A 26-year-old woman from Detroit in the United States died in a tragic car accident after being hit while trying to flag down traffic.

Police investigating the car accident say they believe that the woman may have been travelling northbound in her boyfriend's car when an argument caused her to become distressed, get out of the car and run into the Southbound lane where she was then hit by a Ford driver.

No responsibility has been ascribed to the 20-year-old Ford driver. A police spokesperson commented, "She's done nothing wrong. She was just going home from work."

As no other person is believed to have suffered injury in this tragic car accident it is unlikely any personal injury claims will result from the incident.

Police are hoping to speak to the deceased woman's boyfriend in relation to the car accident.

 

 

 
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