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Newark, WI (April 30, 2020) – UPDATE- The individual responsible for a hit-and-run crash as well as a possible stabbing crime on Sunday has been found and identified. Alondra Gallardo was arrested by Rock County Deputies on Monday, April 27. The police confirmed that they found her at her residence in the City of Beloit. Gallardo is facing two counts of Attempted 1st Degree Intentional Homicide and one count of Hit and Run-Causing Injury.

On Sunday authorities with the Rock County Sheriff’s Office responded to a scene on South Olson Rad and West Highway 81 in Newark Township. A car crash and possible stabbing were reported. Once on the scene, two men had injuries that required medical treatment and they were taken to the hospital. Both men were eventually released.

The police searched for Gallardo using a K-9 track and drone but were unable to find her. They asked the public to help by providing any information possible to locate Gallardo.

Our thoughts are with the injured parties in hopes of a full recovery.

Hit-And-Run Accidents In Newark

Newark, WI - UPDATE- Alondra Gallardo Identified In S Olson Rd & W Hwy 81 CrashThe numbers of hit-and-run accidents and the deaths they cause are on the rise according to the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety. In 2015, there were approximately 737,100 hit-and-run crashes, which comes out to one of these accidents taking place every 43 seconds that year alone.

The Janesville personal injury lawyers at Alexander J. Smith Law Offices are here to help you when you have been hit an injured by a careless and reckless driver. We care about victims’ legal rights and our team of Janesville serious injury attorneys will fight so that you can obtain a fair and full settlement after your accident experience.

The lawyers at the Alexander J. Smith Law Office’s Wisconsin and Illinois personal injury attorneys look forward to speaking about your situation during a free consultation. Call us today at (608) 237-7035 for residents of Wisconsin or (815) 243-9686 for residents of Illinois. 

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