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Police identify suspect in fatal Colorado Springs hit-and-run
COLORADO SPRINGS, CO – Investigators with the Colorado Springs Police Department have identified the suspect they believe to be responsible for a fatal hit-and-run in late October.
According to Fox 21 News, the accident occurred on October 29th at about 12:13 a.m. within the intersection of South Academy Boulevard and Hancock Expressway.
52-year-old Rosalinda Jacquez had already died by the time police arrived on the scene. No other injuries were reported as a result of the crash.
Police believe the man responsible for the accident, 27-year-old Miguel Ulice Solis-Zuniga, left his 1990 Chevrolet Silverado and fled the scene on foot.
Solis-Zuniga has not yet been located. Police have advised the community to contact them immediately if they know his whereabouts, and to to not approach Solis-Zuniga on their own.
At Whalen Hersh, our experienced team of Colorado Springs car accident attorneys firmly believe in your right to compensation following a senseless crash. If you have been injured as the result of the reckless actions of a hit-and-run driver in the Colorado Springs area, you could be entitled to significant financial compensation. Contact us today at (719) 644-7000 to set up a completely free review of your case by a licensed attorney.