BAKERSFIELD, California — According to a California Highway Patrol dispatch, at least one person was injured following a hit-and-run collision at College Avenue and Pickwick Drive.
The accident was logged on April 9 at 6:21 p.m. As per CHP, the suspect vehicle was a white Chevrolet sedan, while the victim vehicle was a red Mitsubishi Galant.
Emergency crews arrived shortly and checked on the condition of the people left at the scene. At 6:22 p.m., CHP logged a female party was found inside the vehicle suffering in unspecified injuries.
Meanwhile, the hit-and-run driver was last seen traveling eastbound on College Avenue. Authorities continue to conduct a search operation on the felon.
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