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Off-duty deputy nabs hit-and-run driver
Crime

Off-duty deputy nabs hit-and-run driver

A crash involving three vehicles sends one to the hospital ■ Chronicle News / Staff A driver who crashed into the back of another vehicle Saturday evening, Nov. 4, sending one person to the hospital, fled the scene but was apprehended by an off-duty sheriff’s deputy, according to witnesses. Witnesses told police a blue Hyundai crashed into the back of a white Honda on E. Thornton Avenue just north of Echo Hills Golf Course about 5:18 p.m. The Honda then crashed into a gold sedan sending vehicle parts flying, according to news reports. Unfazed by the crash, but with the front of his vehicle demolished, the driver of the Hyundai kept

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