Pregnant woman had emergency C-section after fatal hit-and-run car crash in Hanford
Raymond Romero, 32, was wrongfully killed, and Miranda Garza, 29, along with three children were critically injured after a deadly hit-and-run crash took place on 11th and Hume Avenues in Hanford, CA. on Christmas night, according to a local KMPH article.
As reported, police responded to a car accident on Christmas at about 8:45 p.m. on the corner of Eleventh and Hume Avenues in Hanford.
A white Chevrolet Malibu carrying three children and two adults was headed northbound on 11th Avenue when it was struck by a second gray GMC Yukon on Hume Avenue in a T-bone collision, officials reported.
As a result, 32-year-old Romero died, a Miranda Garza, the 29-year-old woman, as well as three children received life-threatening injuries.
Furthermore, Garza was reportedly given an emergency C-section as she was pregnant at the time of the car accident.
Additionally, the driver and passenger of the GMC Yukon fled the scene after the collision, and their identities are currently unknown, the article mentioned.
Currently, this crash remains under the investigation by the Hanford Police and further details will be reported at a later time.
We of the May Firm extend our deepest condolences to the victims affected by this unfortunate traffic accident. Our hearts sink upon hearing news of this accident and will keep the victims in our hearts and prayers.
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