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Wanted for questioning: driver of a Nissan Altima with missing side mirror

A gray-colored part was recovered at scene of a Pasco County hit-and-run crash that left a bicyclist injured, troopers said.
The Florida Highway Patrol released this photo of a broken passenger-side mirror found at the scene of a crash where a bicyclist was struck on Saturday in Pasco County. The mirror appears to have come from a gray Nissan Altima, troopers said.
The Florida Highway Patrol released this photo of a broken passenger-side mirror found at the scene of a crash where a bicyclist was struck on Saturday in Pasco County. The mirror appears to have come from a gray Nissan Altima, troopers said. [ Florida Highway Patrol ]
Published Sep. 5, 2022|Updated Sep. 5, 2022

Somewhere, a Nissan Altima is missing a gray passenger-side mirror and the Florida Highway Patrol would like to speak with the driver.

The mirror was recovered at the scene of a Pasco County crash shortly after 10 p.m. Saturday that left a bicyclist with serious injuries, Troopers said Monday.

They said a 55-year-old man was riding a bicycle west on Lake Patience Road when he was struck by a westbound vehicle west of American Plaza Boulevard. The vehicle did not stop.

The Florida Highway Patrol released a photo of the damaged side mirror. A report identified the man on the bicycle as a Hudson resident. It said he was not wearing a helmet.

No other information was available.

Anyone with information on the crash is asked to call *FHP or Crime Stoppers at **TIPS.

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