State police in Lebanon County are looking for the hit-and-run driver who fled from a crash that injured a 19-year-old woman while her infant son was in the back seat.
Police said the hit-and-run driver was traveling on Route 22 East at a high rate of speed Monday afternoon and crashed into the back of the woman's Chevrolet Chevette after she pulled out from Blue Mountain Road in Bethel Township.
The woman was transported to Good Samaritan Hospital by ambulance. Her child was not injured and was released to his grandparents at the scene, police said.
The Chevrolet was severely damaged and was towed from the scene.
The car that struck the Chevette had damage to the front end and is believed to be a tan colored Chrysler, possibly a 300M Special. A witness to the crash believed the license plate contained the letters "SKI," police said.
Anyone with information is asked to call state police in Jonestown at (717) 865-2194.
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