An 18-year-old and her vehicle were struck by a pickup truck Wednesday morning. While there were no reported injuries, the victim’s mother remains on the lookout for the driver.
Around 10 a.m. Wednesday, a police service aide with the Roswell Police Department received a call in reference to an accident with no injury at the 700 block of North Main Street.
The calling party, an 18-year-old woman, reported that her vehicle, a Toyota Camry, was struck by a black 4-door pickup truck after pulling out of the parking lot of Buffalo Wild Wings on North Main Street.
The front side of the woman’s vehicle was damaged, but according to an event report, there did not appear to be any “bad” damage.
The driver of the pickup truck causing the damages was described as a Hispanic man with black hair, wearing a hat and a gray tank top.
The mother of the victim, Belinda Dyer Testorff, brought the incident to social media, asking anyone if they knew the whereabouts of a person driving a black Chevy 4-door pickup with no license plate.
Testorff said the driver’s vehicle will have some damage on the front driver’s side of the pickup truck.
She also added that the driver left the scene of the accident and did not check on her daughter.
Testorff said her daughter is doing fine, but still shaken up from the incident.
“She was hit by a school bus about three years ago, and then this happened,” Testorff said, “I am so thankful she is OK.”
Multimedia-Crime reporter Trevier Gonzalez can be reached at 575-622-7710, ext. 301, or at firstname.lastname@example.org.