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Felicia Taylor: Who is she? Before speeding off, a former CNN host rear-ends a car, injuring the driver, 24,

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On July 28, Felicia Taylor, 57, a retired anchor-correspondent for CNN International’s “World Business Today,” was detained after she is alleged to have hit another car while operating her white Mercedes, injuring the other driver, and then fled the scene, according to Palm Beach Police. The incident report states that Taylor, a 57-year-old woman, ran into the back bumper of a black Ford being driven by a 24-year-old man as he was stopped in traffic in front of her Mercedes. “The white Mercedes struck his car from behind. According to the report, the impact caused (him) to strike the steering wheel, leading to numerous complaints of injuries. Taylor’s Mercedes, however, was observed “fleeing the scene of the accident without rendering aid or stopping to provide information” after the collision, the report continued.

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The report stated that Taylor, who is well-known in the social scenes of New York City, the Hamptons, and Palm Beach, was then twice seen driving past the scene of the collision in her car, which had “sustained heavy front end damage,” without stopping. Taylor was then stopped by a police officer, who reported that she had admitted to being in a car accident and that the other driver was “OK,” adding that she wanted to return to her house and that the incident was “not a big deal.”

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(Credit: Palm Beach Sheriff’s Office)
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