This is a story reported by First Coast News in Jacksonville that is about an unusual scenario. A hit-and-run driver is being sought after he hit an airplane on Interstate 295. The plane had made an emergency landing Saturday night, December 3, around 10 p.m. The pilot from North Carolina was not injured. The red Ford pickup reportedly hit the plane’s wing as it sat on the I-295 South ramp to Interstate 95 North, but he kept on driving.
The pilot was flying a 2004 Cirrus single engine plane, according to the news channel. He and his passenger walked away, but still suffered about $1,500 in damage to the plane.
The Florida hit-and-run auto accident lawyers of Farah and Farah remind drivers they are required to talk to law enforcement if they are involved in any type of crash. Of course if there are injuries, they are expected to render aid. To do so may mean that they could save a life. To fail to do so may mean someone dies alone on the side of the road from their injuries.
Because hit-and-run crashes are such a problem in Florida, Farah & Farah is a member of Hit-and-Run Reward. If you witness a hit-and-run or know someone who fled the scene, you can receive a financial reward of $1,000 for reporting that person to law enforcement. You may even call in the report anonymously. Farah & Farah, along with other personal injury law firms around the country, want to encourage you to do the right thing and keep a dangerous driver off of our roads. Call the number for Hit-and-Run Reward (www.hitandrunreward.com) at 1-800-644-8678.