A Hit-and-Run Victim Faces Months of Rehab
Florida Today-December 22, 2011-Scott Gunnerson-According to the article a park ranger is charged with leaving the scene of an accident that occurred on December 10th, 2011 in a Wickham Park wreck in Melbourne, Brevard County, Florida. Witnesses say a man was trying to cross Wickham Road at 6:30 p.m. when he was hit by a 2002 Pontiac. The man suffered broken bones in both legs as well as his left shoulder. The pedestrian also has 36 staples in his head. Doctors are telling the injured man he may be facing six to eight months of rehabilitation. According to the article the driver was charged with leaving the scene of an accident involving a personal injury. The driver has been a parker ranger for Brevard County Parks and Recreation at Wickham Park for the past three years. The ranger was also ticketed for careless driving in the incident when Melbourne, Brevard County, Florida police found a badly damaged park patrol pickup the driver used during his shift. The pedestrian was taken to Holmes Regional Medical Center in Melbourne, Brevard County, Florida and is still there recovering from his injuries.
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