Hit and Run Accident on Florida State Road 24 in Alachua County, Florida
Florida Highway Patrol is Seeking Information on Hit and Run Driver Involved in an Alachua County Crash
ALACHUA COUNTY, FL – According to an online news report at wctv.tv, the Florida Highway Patrol is currently seeking information on a hit and run driver that caused a serious crash in Alachua County, Florida.*
The Florida Highway Patrol is currently seeking the assistance of the public to come forward with information regarding a hit and run accident that occurred in Alachua County, Florida. The accident caused one person to sustain critical injuries and another only minor injuries. The accident occurred on Florida State Road 24.
Per eyewitnesses of the crash, a vehicle that was going east on the roadway appeared to be attempting to pass another vehicle that was travelling west. Both vehicles swerved to avoid the accident. They both hit each other head-on.
The operator of the first vehicle fled from the scene of the accident on foot. The front passenger of the other vehicle sustained serious injuries in the crash and was transported to an area hospital for treatment.
If anyone has information about this accident, they are asked to contact the Florida Highway Patrol.
There are no further details on the crash at this time. The current status of the injury victims is currently not known. The accident remains under investigation.
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