St. George Police search for female driver, car after hit and run injures man – St George News

ST. GEORGE- A two-vehicle hit-and-run collision in a townhouse neighborhood in St. George left a 75-year-old man slightly injured.

According to a text message from St. George Police Officer Tiffany Mitchell to St. George News, what appeared to be a dark SUV coming up the driveway at 161 West 950 South struck a Kia sedan being driven by the man in 75 years in a damaging front. – end of collision, then left.

The emergency call was made at 5:13 p.m. St. George Police and Gold Cross ambulance staff responded to the scene.

Mitchell reported that the male driver of the Kia had a headache and needed to rest, but refused to be taken to hospital.

Mitchell said that according to the driver, a dark SUV hit his sedan head-on.

The SUV driver got out, Mitchell said, blamed the other driver for driving on the wrong side of the road (which he wasn’t), and then drove off.

Mitchell said the SUV remains at large and wanted by authorities. She said the vehicle would sustain heavy front end damage.

The driver’s age is unknown, Mitchell said, and anyone with information about her or the vehicle is encouraged to call the St. George Police Department at 435-627-4300.

Witnesses told St. George News that the SUV may have been a black Chevy Tahoe.

This report is based on statements made at the scene by witnesses and on information provided by police personnel, and may not include the full extent of the findings.

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