A tragic incident of a hit-and-run in San Jose that took the life of a mother and left her daughter injured has led to the arrest of Silvia Solorio, a 27-year-old from Santa Clara.
The incident occurred on Blossom Hill Road on Sunday night and has resulted in felony hit-and-run and vehicular manslaughter charges against the suspect. The victim, Cao Limin, 45, of Los Gatos, was crossing the road with her dog when she was hit by the suspect’s vehicle. T
he vehicle fled the scene, leaving the victim and her dog injured. Emergency services were immediately called, but unfortunately, Limin did not survive her injuries. Her dog, too, passed away later at a veterinary hospital. The suspect was arrested within hours of the incident, and investigations are currently ongoing. While there is no information regarding the cause of the accident and whether the suspect was driving under the influence, the charges against her indicate that she fled the scene, thereby compounding the crime.
This tragic incident is a reminder of the dangers of reckless driving and the importance of being accountable for one’s actions. Such incidents can result in life-changing consequences for the victims and their families, and it is hard to imagine the pain and loss that Limin’s loved ones are experiencing.
The Avian Law Group recognizes the need for justice and accountability in such cases and has been representing victims of car accidents for many years. Their team of experienced attorneys helps individuals and families in seeking compensation for their losses, including medical bills, lost wages, and other damages. It is essential, particularly in such times, to seek legal assistance from experienced attorneys who can guide the victims through the complexities of the legal system.