FAIRFIELD, Conn. — Fairfield police are seeking the driver who ran a stop sign and caused a hit-and-run car crash Wednesday afternoon.
The crash occurred at about 2:05 p.m. when a Silver Nissan Rogue traveling east on Johnson Drive failed to stop at the stop sign at Chambers Street, police said. The Nissan Rogue struck a vehicle traveling south on Chambers Street, police said.
The operator of the Nissan Rogue fled the scene and has not yet been identified, police said. The operator of the second vehicle was transported to a local hospital for evaluation, police said.
The Fairfield Police Department is seeking to identify the owner and/or operator of the Silver Nissan Rogue. The vehicle sustained heavy front end damage in the crash.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Crash Investigation Officer Mark Letsch at 203-254-4850 or email@example.com.
Anonymous tips can be sent via text message to CRIMES (274637) by including keyword "FPD". Online tips may be submitted at www.fpdct.com/tips .
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