Lakewood Ranch resident Kim Earley is looking for anyone who saw the traffic crash at 12:30 p.m. March 17, at the intersection of Lakewood Ranch Boulevard and Clubhouse Drive.
According to Earley, her 20-year-old son was heading west from Clubhouse Drive in a Honda Insight when a driver heading south on Lakewood Ranch Boulevard ran the stop sign and crashed into him. One of the witnesses obtained Earley’s address and drove to her home to bring her to the scene.
Unfortunately, those witnesses did not leave their phone number, and others dispersed before Earley could get any contact information.
If you saw the accident or can provide any additional information, please call the Earley family, 730-3931.
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