Police seek witnesses to a hit-and-run accident

By From page A5 | January 18, 2013

VACAVILLE — Police are looking for witnesses who might have seen a multiple-car accident Wednesday afternoon on Leisure Town Road.

Police responded to an accident shortly after 2 p.m. on Leisure Town just south of Ulatis Drive. Officers found three cars involved in the crash, but those involved told officers a fourth car caused the collision and fled the area, according to a police press release.

The unknown vehicle struck a Toyota Camry, which pushed the Camry into a Toyota Sienna. The Camry crossed over into northbound traffic and collided head-on with a Jeep Wrangler. The Sienna hit a sound wall.

Evidence at the scene indicated a fourth vehicle caused the collision, according to the press release.

The driver and passenger in the Camry were taken to the hospital. No other drivers were injured.

Anyone who witnessed the accident is asked to call Officer Rod Neal at 449-5282.

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  • WellJanuary 18, 2013 - 9:30 am

    Why wouldn't they run? Even if they're caught, they'll probably live free like the guy who hit and killed the pedestrian on Peabody last month-left the scene,went home and went to bed-AFTER ONSTAR talked with him, and he hung up on them.After the Police go to his home,KNOWING what he did, he's STILL FREE!

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