Young Man Killed By Car in Fort Pierce

Car Accident AttorneyA 23 year-old man was hit and killed by a car in Fort Pierce, Florida on early Sunday morning, September 27th.

The man was visiting a night club on Delaware Avenue in Fort Pierce when he called his brother at approximately 3 am Sunday morning, claiming there was about to be a fight. The brother immediately responded to the 23 year-old’s call for help.

Shortly after a quarrel broke out, a car came racing towards to the two brothers, hitting and killing the 23 year-old. The surviving brother told the news crew that he believed the car intentionally hit his brother, killing him, and speeding off.

The Fort Pierce police are currently on the look out for the vehicle that hit and killed the young brother. No other information is available or has been released at this time.

While it is still early in the case to determine all the details of this accident, one thing is for certain: a young life was compromised and lost unnecessarily. It’s sad and unfortunate to think of how much the victim’s family mourns the loss of their family member.

Unfortunately, hit and run accidents such as these happen all too often. In these cases, a personal injury and wrongful death attorney can help. If you or a loved one were involved in a hit and run accident or for more information on how an attorney can help with a wrongful death case, contact an experienced personal injury and wrongful death attorney today.

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A car accident attorney can help families fight for the rights of a lost life, and can even help seek damages for losing a loved one. Contact a personal injury and wrongful death attorney in West Palm Beach and Boca Raton today to learn more about how legal representation and advice can help your family.

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