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WPRI: Man charged after hit-and-run leaves pedestrian seriously hurt

walkinpvd-iconPolice say a man has been charged after he allegedly hit a pedestrian with his car near the intersection of Pulaski and Manchester Streets in West Warwick early Saturday morning.

Police say the victim, a West Warwick man in his 40’s, was seriously hurt and taken to Kent County Hospital for treatment. His current condition is unknown.

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Police said they discovered a car with passenger-side damage and a broken windshield a short distance away from the scene. They took the driver, a West Warwick man in his 20’s, into custody. He now faces a felony charge of duty to stop in an accident resulting in personal injury or death, as well as multiple traffic violations.

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One Response to WPRI: Man charged after hit-and-run leaves pedestrian seriously hurt

  1. Jef Nickerson August 9, 2017 at 10:40 am #

    Police said they found a grey Nissan Altima parked on a side street with damage consistent with the collision, including a partially caved-in windshield. The car was registered to a home on nearby Kowalik Drive, where they found Kiel Daily.

    Daily, 21, was arrested and charged with leaving the scene of an accident involving serious bodily injury and conditions requiring reduced speeds. He cooperated with the arresting officers, according to police, and is due in court later this month.

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