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Hit and Run Accident in Crestview, Florida

October 07, 2019

Mom from Crestview, Florida Pleads for Help from the Public to Find the Hit-and-Run Driver that Seriously Injured her Daughter

CRESTVIEW, FL – According to an online news report at, a woman from Crestview, Florida is seeking the public’s help to locate the hit-and-run driver that seriously injured her daughter.*

The hit-and-run driver left the woman’s daughter “for dead on the side of the road.”  The daughter, aged 30, sustained serious injuries by a hit-and-run driver who remains on the loose.  

The 30-year-old woman’s mother indicates that “I need the community’s help because too many days are passing.  I don’t know what I did yesterday. I can’t imagine people remember what they did last Wednesday.”

According to the mother, her daughter was transported to a local hospital where she is in critical condition and not responsive.  The mother indicates that she is going through “pure hell” in dealing with the current situation.  She notes that her daughter was very popular and was a local musician. “Her passion was singing. ... Her life was music,” said the mother.

A few hours before the hit-and-run accident that nearly killed the daughter, the mother and daughter were together at her house located in Crestview, Florida.  The mother notes that she left her daughter’s house at 10:30 p.m. that night.  The two continued to text each other until a little past midnight. 

It appears that the daughter decided to take a late-night walk where she left her cellphone and purse inside of her home along with the door open. This is when she was struck by the hit-and-run driver.  Per the Florida Highway Patrol, there were no eyewitnesses or suspects that have been named at this time.  It is not clear as to the details surrounding the hit-and-run accident, including how and where she was struck by the driver.  

 “We would like anyone with information to call *FHP (347) on their cellular phone, the Pensacola FHP station at 850 484-5000, or their nearest law enforcement agency,” a trooper wrote in an email.

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