Pedestrian walking dog critically injured in hit-and-run collision at the of intersection N. Duke Street and W. Markham Avenue in Durham, North Carolina
Durham police looking for driver who hit person walking dog
The crash was reported before 8:45 p.m. at the intersection N. Duke Street and W. Markham Avenue. A light-colored sedan hit a pedestrian who crossed the street while walking his dog, police said.
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