Woman Wanted For Questioning In A Hit And Run Vehicle Vs Pedestrian Case

Woman Wanted For Questioning In A Hit And Run Vehicle Vs Pedestrian  Case

A woman is wanted for questioning after a 14-year-old girl was hit by a car outside Mark Twain Elementary School in Angels Camp on Thursday morning. The girl sustained minor injuries, was treated by paramedics at the scene and released to family after the accident. According to Angels Camp Chief of Police Scott Ellis, the girl was sideswiped by the passenger side of a dark colored sedan on San Joaquin Street, east of Alpine Street, at about 8 AM, approximately 100 yards from Mark Twain Elementary School. Two children told police the driver pulled over and checked on the child. When the girl said she was ok, the woman got back into her car and left. The driver was described by the witnesses as about 5 feet, 10 inches, 125 pounds, with brown hair. Her hair was tied into a bun and she was wearing black sweats, a dark colored sweatshirt and “Ugg-type boots”. Ellis said the department was possibly investigating the incident as a case of hit and run. Photos were provided by woman who heard a noise and saw the child and the car, but not the actual contact. Those photos have been posted on the KVGC Facebook page. Anyone with information regarding the identity of the driver is asked to contact the Angles Camp Police Department at 736-2567.

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