Windsor Police cruiser, February 15, 2019. Photo by Mark Brown/ Police cruiser, February 15, 2019. Photo by Mark Brown/

Victim of hit-and-run crash seeks witnesses

A rollerblader who suffered serious injuries in a crash last month is hoping witnesses come forward.

The 26-year-old victim was struck twice by a driver who took off after the incident on the evening of Monday, May 20, in the area of Riverside Drive East and Parent Avenue.

The victim suffered a head injury in the incident. The driver was later arrested and charged with assault with a weapon, dangerous operation of a motor vehicle causing bodily harm, and leaving the scene of a crash.

The charges have not been proven in court.

The victim has retained the Windsor law firm of Greg Monforton and Partners. Founding partner Greg Monforton has put out a request to the public for witnesses to help build a case.

"Although some witnesses have come forward, we believe there are others who can help us piece together what happened and why it happened," said Monforton. We are trying to assemble evidence before memories fade and witnesses disappear."

Witnesses should contact the law firm at (519) 258-6490, or online.

-with files from Maureen Revait

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