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Thursday, August 21, 2008
Two Killed after Hit and Run
A teenager riding as a passenger in an SUV and a motorcyclist were killed in an accident on Monday in Zanesville, Ohio, which may have been the result of a hit and run just before the collision.
Authorities say that a driver involved in an accident just before 2:00 pm left the scene and was chased by motorcyclist, David Bailey, who had witnessed the accident. Though Bailey was not involved in that accident, he gave chase in an attempt to get the driver's license plate number. He was allegedly traveling at a high rate of speed when an SUV driven by Susan Jones attempted to make a left turn. Bailey then struck the passenger side of the SUV.
Bailey died at the scene, and the passenger of the SUV, Megan Custer, died later that night at the hospital.
The driver who allegedly left the scene of the first accident was identified as Randall William Heaghen. Heaghen has been interviewed, but has not been charged with anything.
If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident, please contact the Accident Lawyers Network to find an experienced personal injury lawyer in your area.
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posted by Neil at 1:52 PM
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