Police released a photograph of a piece of a car’s fender left at the scene of a hit-and-run Sunday in Charleston in hopes of finding the driver of the car.
Terrell Wright, 29, of Magnolia Road was struck by a vehicle while riding his bicycle at St. Andrews Boulevard and Colony Drive about 1 a.m., police said. The vehicle sped off after the collision, leaving Wright injured and unconscious in the road, a police report stated.
Wright was rushed to Medical University Hospital, where he was listed with life-threatening injuries, authorities said.
Police are still looking for the driver of the car involved in the collision. Officers found green and black plastic pieces at the scene that apparently came from the fender of the vehicle that struck Wright, a report stated. Authorities have identified the car as a 2003 to 2007 four-door charcoal-grey colored Honda Accord. The car was damaged in the front, passenger side quarter panel, police said.
Anyone with information on the collision can call Charleston police at 577-7434 or Crime Stoppers at 554-1111.
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