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Hit and run in Washington County

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Washington CO.-- Illinois State Police are reporting that a 2 vehicle hit and run occurred Friday, October 14th, at 10:54 P.M. on Interstate 64.

Two vehicles were traveling on I-64 near mile marker 43.5, when a Chevy truck rear ended a Toyota Camry.  The car traveled off the road and overturned.

The driver of the car Raymond McMackin from North Carolina was uninjured.  The passenger Danielle L. Leaver from Florida, was transported to a Washington County hospital with minor injuries.

The driver of the Chevy truck fled the scene approximately one mile from the accident abandoning the truck. The driver of the truck has not been located. 

The investigation is on going. 

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