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Topic: Hit and run by 26th & Alaska Bay Jan. 7th evening
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Hammer-of-Jor

1/10/2017 8:59:29 PM
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Hit and run by 26th & Alaska Bay Jan. 7th evening

Hi everyone,  
I''m hoping to find someone that may have witnessed or knows about a Dark Charcoal (almost black) vehicle hitting a brown Chevy Impala and a Navy crew cab Gmc Sierra the evening of Saturday January 7th or morning of the 8th. The vehicles were parked alongside 26th on the hill before the train tracks.  
 
It looks like they will probably have significant damage to the front and side of their vehicle. ( smashed bumper, possibly a headlight and fenders as well)  
 
Any help would be appreciated.  
Thanks!  
 
Edited by Hammer-of-Jor, 2017-01-10 21:10:06

Tagged as: Accident,  26th,  Hit and run,  Alaska bay
Axes_Up

1/10/2017 10:12:00 PM
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Jul 2015
Total posts:132
hopefully

Hopefully there're stupid enough to try to put a claim in through mpi ! And hopefully mpi will piece two and two together

~BooBoo~

1/10/2017 11:33:34 PM
Member since:
Jun 2011
Total posts:332
....

This is why I am so happy we have a dash cam that can be set to surveillance mode when we are parked and not in the vehicle. Honestly, in this day and age, dashcams are becoming the way to go for reasons exactly like these.  
 
Hopefully you find whoever is responsible.

pm5k

1/11/2017 7:50:35 AM
Member since:
Aug 2008
Total posts:420
Saw that the other day

Said to my wife...I don't know if the driver was drunk or if it was the huge ruts in the road....but whoever hit your car must have been doing a pretty good clip. Looks like they'd be missing the whole front quarter panel.

 
 
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