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In Arizona, the driver of car B will be cited for Left Turn Not in Safety, as any car making a left turn has to yield to any other vehicle in an intersection. The driver of car A will be arrested, when located, for Leaving the Scene of an Accident. The punishment for this depends on whether the accident is a property damage or personal injury accident, and if someone is killed, then it is a Felony.

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Q: If a car A going straight gets hit by a car B making a left hand turn at an intersection and car A leaves the scene what are the penalties for either driver?
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