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Police are looking for hit-and-run driver

LARGO — Police are trying to find a driver who hit a pedestrian and left the scene on Saturday night. The accident happened before 10 p.m. at East Bay Drive and Seacrest Drive.

Witnesses described the vehicle as a newer model silver or light colored Ford or Cadillac. They told police the driver stopped after hitting the pedestrian and then raced off, running a red light. The pedestrian, whose identity has not been released, was in critical condition, according to police. The car likely has front end damage, including broken headlights and a broken windshield, police said.

Anyone with information about the vehicle or the driver should call, Sgt. Dulski at (727) 587-6730

Police are looking for hit-and-run driver 02/07/10 [Last modified: Sunday, February 7, 2010 11:41am]
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