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Police May Have Found the Truck Involved in Friday's Hit and Run

Police May Have Found the Truck Involved in Friday's Hit and Run



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(KSL News) Police may have found the vehicle involved in a weekend hit and run, but still no sign of the driver.

The accident happened Friday evening in Kearns. Aundreah Crowder and Monaka McGinnis were crossing the street when a black pickup truck hit them. Aundreah received minor injuries, but Monaka was flown to the hospital in critical condition with broken bones in her pelvis and both legs.

Sanford Barker, Aundreah's stepfather: "They didn't slow down. The witnesses said they just kept going. I don't know how anybody could live with that on their conscience."

A black Dodge 4x4 with front-end damage was found abandoned last night. Officers are now investigating if it is the vehicle involved in the incident.

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