SEARCH CONTINUES FOR HIT-RUN DRIVER.Byline: Greg Botonis Staff Writer
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In the context of general equities, this describing a buy interest in which a dealer is asked to offer stock, often involving a capital commitment. Antithesis of in touch with. a motorist who fled on foot after crashing a Honda Civic The Honda Civic is a compact car manufactured by Honda. It was introduced in July 1972 as a two-door coupe, followed by a three-door hatchback version that September. With the transverse engine placement of its 1169 cc engine and front-wheel drive, like the British Mini, the at more than 100 mph into two other vehicles on the Antelope Valley Freeway The Antelope Valley Freeway is a freeway in Los Angeles and Kern counties in southern California. It is signed as California State Highway 14 along its length. It connects Greater Los Angeles to the rapidly developing Antelope Valley. , injuring six people.
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CHP Community Health Plan officers are asking for the public's help in identifying the motorist.
``I guess you could call it an act of cowardice,'' said Capt. Doug Rich of the Antelope Valley CHP office. ``It usually boils down to a DUI driver or driving on a suspended (license) and they run so they don't have to face up to their responsibilities.''
CHP investigators are trying to locate the Honda's registered owner Registered Owner
An individual or organization to whom certificates are directly issued and who, as a result, is recorded on the corporation's securityholder records (as maintained by the transfer agent). , but said that might not pan out.
``We've seen it before,'' Rich said. ``The registered owner will come in later and report it stolen. Sometimes it's a legitimate stolen but often it's not. Usually the registered owner or a friend or family member was driving and they don't want to turn them in. Either way, the registered owner is ultimately responsible.''
The crash occurred just after 10 p.m. Monday on the southbound Antelope Valley Freeway near Avenue Q.
The Honda was traveling more than 100 mph when the driver pulled onto the right shoulder trying to get around slower moving vehicles, CHP officers said. The Honda hit a guardrail and went out of control.
The car sideswiped a 1991 Saturn SL2 and then hit a 2003 Toyota Highlander, which overturned and tumbled over a bridge onto Avenue Q.
The crash seriously injured Jennifer Fuentes, 26, of Yorba Linda, a passenger in the Highlander.
Anyone with information is asked to call the California Highway Patrol's Antelope Valley office at (661) 948-8541.
Greg Botonis, (661) 267-7802