L.A. Weekly: Hit-and-Run Accidents Reaching 'Epidemic' Proportions
A disturbing story in the L.A. Weekly points to what it calls an "epidemic" of hit-and-run crashes in the City of Los Angeles -- 20,000 a year.
In fact, nearly half of all the crashes in L.A. are classified as hit-and-run. Some drivers are calling it a war zone out there. And according to the article, the Los Angeles Police Department is either unaware of how serious things are, or unwilling to talk about it.
L.A. Weekly editor Jill Stewart discusses with Val and Madeleine.