Police Looking for Missing Driver in Hit-and-Run Crash in Savannah, Georgia
SAVANNAH, GA. – According to an online news story from fox28media.com, police in Savannah, Georgia, are looking for a missing driver who was involved in a hit-and-run crash. Multiple people were injured in the accident, which involved three vehicles, but fortunately, they are expected to recover.*
The crash occurred in the late evening on Friday, March 1st, on Hodgson Memorial Drive in Savannah. The Savannah Police Department says that at around 9:15 p.m., the driver of a blue Dodge Ram truck somehow lost control and crashed into two other vehicles. The makes and models of the other two vehicles were not reported.
Police did not say what caused the driver of the Dodge to lose control. It is not clear what factors might have led to the collision. The Dodge driver left the scene after the accident, according to police and Fox 28, and the vehicle was last seen headed northbound on Hodgson Memorial Drive.
Several people were injured in the accident, though the report from Fox 28 did not specify how many people sustained injuries. They were all reportedly taken to a nearby hospital for treatment, and their injuries are considered not serious, according to Officer Keturah Green with the Savannah Police Department. The victims of this hit-and-run crash were not identified in the report from Fox 28.
The Traffic Investigation Unit of the Savannah Police Department is investigating the accident, and officers have not yet released further information. Police ask that anyone who has information about the accident, the Dodge Ram, or the driver, call the Traffic Unit at (912) 525-2373.
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