Man wanted for hit-and-run that injured woman
BATON ROUGE - Louisiana State Police are looking for a vehicle involved in a hit-and-run accident that left Amber Sandifer, 29, injured Monday.
According to State troopers, Sandifer was traveling westbound on Jefferson Highway when she was struck by a yellow Scion tC traveling northbound on Bluebonnet Boulevard towards US Hwy 61.
Troopers say that the yellow Scion tC is possibly a 2004-2010 model car with a bright yellow paint job and will have damage to the left front fender, headlight, and front bumper area.
Anyone with any information regarding the accident is asked to contact Louisiana State Police.
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