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Woman Killed In Lebanon Pedestrian Accident

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According to WTVF-TV, a woman was killed in a Lebanon pedestrian accident on November 14.

Lebanon Police told WTVF that the body of 59-year-old Cindy Ballington was found in the roadway on Carthage Highway around 8 p.m., after a vehicle struck her. WTVF reported that the driver of a vehicle that fled the scene of the crash, 33-year-old Pamela Delay, left the accident, telling authorities that she thought she struck a mailbox.

When she went home following the accident, Delay allegedly called the police to let them know about the crash, which she still did not think involved another person. Police went to the scene of the crash and discovered the body of Ballington, who they believe walked into the roadway.

An investigation into the crash is pending, although police told WTVF last week that charges are not expected to be filed against Delay.


Any time an accident occurs, it is important that an injury victim or the family members of a deceased person contact our Nashville pedestrian accident lawyer, who can determine if the mishap was a result of negligence.

If an accident involves a hit-and-run driver, his or her negligence could have played a role in the severity of the injuries suffered. Unfortunately, in a crash involving pedestrians, time is of the essence. It is critical that someone contact emergency medical responders and provide assistance following a pedestrian accident, as the failure to do so could result in death or critical injuries.

If you have sustained an injury or lost a loved one in a pedestrian accident, please contact us for a free consultation. We have obtained compensation for accident victims including a $500,000 settlement for a pedestrian who was injured while she was walking home from a bus stop. Call us today at (615) 866-3938.

“Let the words of my mouth, and the meditation of my heart, be acceptable in thy sight, O LORD, my strength, and my redeemer.” – Psalms 19:14

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