A hit-and-run Florida auto accident resulted in the death of a pedestrian, according to WSNV.
The driver in the Florida auto accident struck the pedestrian and reportedly dragged her down the street without stopping.
A witness said the driver was probably going 60-70 miles an hour.
How do you think hit-and-run Florida auto accidents could be reduced? Are there particular areas where you think they occur at a high rate, and why?
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