‘Poisoned’ man runs over pedestrian
Twenty-two-year-old Terrance Lamont Gadson was arrested by the Charleston Police Department last Wednesday, April 10 after allegedly leaving the scene of an accident resulting in personal injury.
The accident happened last March 28 at Meeting and Line streets. A pedestrian became the victim of a hit-and-run and suffered injuries to his left leg.
Responders to the accident encountered Gadson, who voluntarily went to them with complaints that he was being poisoned by his family, and the admission that he thought he hit someone with his vehicle in his haste.
The emergency team then took Gadson to a nearby hospital, where he was questioned by police investigators. Gadson told the authorities that in his haste to get to a hospital, he might have hit a pedestrian whom was standing in the street.
Unfortunately, many drivers act recklessly, causing them to harm other people. If you have been involved in such a situation, discuss your legal options with an attorney from the Steinberg Law Firm by calling 843-720-2800.
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