Comments for: Police searching for car after hit-and-run injures 4 in Lebanon

Posted Dec. 02, 2012, at 6:43 a.m.
Last modified Dec. 02, 2012, at 8:03 a.m.

LEBANON | Saturday night, officials responded to reports of a two-vehicle hit-and-run crash on Carl Broggi Highway, with four people injured in one car. Asst. Rescue Chief Jason Cole of the Lebanon Rescue Department said at 6:15 p.m. an accident was reported on the highway near Stokewood Drive in …

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  • Anonymous

    No description of the vehicle that fled the scene?

    • Anonymous

      Front end damage.

      • Anonymous

        No doubt. It might be easier to locate that vehicle with front end damage wth a description.

        • Anonymous

          Need to know basis.

  • County Escapee

    An A+ attagirl to the woman for having the children properly secured!

    • Guest

      An A+ for following the law?

      • Anonymous

        Considering so many people choose not to follow the law, yes, she gets an A+!

        • Anonymous

          Indeed she does! A surprising number of drivers/passengers not belted in.

  • melibusa

    It will take time, and I suspect enough evidence was left behind to eventually identify the vehicle that left the scene.

  • Anonymous

    Maybe there’s no witnesses that could provide a descripton of the other vehicle. After all 6:15 pm it’s dark.

  • Guest

    Probably some fool on bath salts.

  • James Klowning

    likely drunk

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