Hit and Run Driver Turns Himself In
A New Jersey man turned himself into police two days after a hit-and-run accident. A preliminary investigation shows that the man was driving a Nissan Xterra at an unsafe speed when he changed lanes in an attempt to exit the highway. The man stopped briefly after the accident, but then drove off. A 29-year-old passenger in the Mazda died at the hospital shortly thereafter; three others were injured.
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