24-year-old killed after Tampa Bay Rays-Texas Rangers game

Twenty-four-year-old Jay Wolf, an aspiring musician and member of a prominent Tampa family, was struck by a vehicle on the night of August 12 in Arlington, Texas after a Tampa Bay Rays-Texas Rangers baseball game, The Tampa Bay Times reported.

According to reports, Wolf drove for three hours from Austin, where he resided, to watch the game at Globe Life Park. He left his car at his hotel and commuted to the stadium. After the game at around midnight, Wolf was hit by a westbound car on Interstate 30, north of the ball field, as he was heading back to his hotel. It is not known why Wolf was walking on the freeway. The driver who hit him fully cooperated with the police investigation of this pedestrian accident.

The attorneys at the Law Offices of Mark T. Lassiter offer their deep condolences to the friends and family suffering from this great loss.

Lancaster teen charged with second-degree felony

On Friday, February 7 Lancaster Police arrested the teenager suspected of causing a fatal hit-and-run accident. The accident occurred on Saturday, February  along the 2900 block of Danieldale Road.

Lancaster police were able to compile a profile of the suspects car after gathering debris from the crash site.

Additional evidence from eyewitnesses solidified the initial case against 19-year-old suspect, Santos Quezada. Quezeda is in police custody and faces charges of accident causing personal injury or death, a second-degree felony.

If you have been injured because of someone else’s carelessness, you could hold the responsible party legally accountable. The attorneys at the Law Offices of Mark T. Lassiter represent Dallas injury victims. Call (214) 457-1668 to discuss your legal options with an experienced personal injury lawyer.

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