UPDATE: State police provide description of suspect vehicle in Rt. 11 hit and run
A Roanoke woman is in critical condition
BOTETOURT COUNTY, Va. – UPDATE
Virginia State Police now have a better description of the vehicle thought to be involved in a hit and run that critically injured a woman along Route 11 in Botetourt County.
Evidence at the scene has identified the vehicle as a 2012-2014 General Motors truck or SUV. State police say it should have right side front and right side mirror damage.
Anyone with information about the crash is encouraged to notify the Virginia State Police Salem Division at 1-800-542-5959 or by dialing #77 on a cell phone. You can also email email@example.com
State police are investigating a hit and run that left a Roanoke woman in critical condition.
It happened around 5 a.m. Wednesday on Route 11, across from the Pepsi plant in Botetourt County.
The Botetourt County 911 center received a call from a citizen that a female was on the ground and unresponsive. When state police arrived, they found a woman on the ground and determined she had been hit by a vehicle that was traveling southbound on Route 11, toward Roanoke.
The woman was identified as Joyce Bandy Moxley, 55. She was walking to work when she was hit. She is in critical condition at Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital.
Evidence at the scene suggests the vehicle that fled the scene will be a General Motors product; truck or SUV. Virginia State Police are asking that the public, insurance companies and body shops notify state police if they service a vehicle with right side front and right side mirror damage. The damage may include the headlight, marker light, right front fender and passenger mirror.
Anyone with information about the crash is encouraged to notify the Virginia State Police Salem Division at 1-800-542-5959 or by dialing #77 on a cell phone, or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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