Monique Hemmings Hits Man With Her Car, Drives To Work Then Tells Husband To Take Care Of It | August 25
Coral Springs: A Boca Raton woman was scheduled Friday to appear in a Broward County courtroom after she was accused of hitting a bicyclist with her car and not stopping. According to police, 31-year-old Monique Hemmings was driving to work shortly before 6 a.m. on May 27 in Coral Springs
While going southbound on State Road 7, police said Hemmings admitted to striking a man riding a bicycle.
Police said the victim was admitted to the Intensive Care Unit at North Broward Hospital and was in a coma for four days. He was treated for a brain bleed, several contusions and injuries to his arms, legs, neck and back.
Hemmings told authorities that instead of stopping, she decided to continue on to work and instead called her husband and asked him to go to the scene of the crash.
Authorities said Hemmings told them she made no attempt to call authorities after hitting the bicyclist.
Monique Hemmings was arrested and charged with leaving the scene of a crash with a serious injury and leaving the scene of a crash with property damage.
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