Police looking for Mustang that hit construction worker
GEISMAR - State Police are looking for the driver of a car that hit a construction worker in Ascension Parish last week.
Troopers released information about the suspected vehicle involved. Authorities said Friday, they are looking for what is possibly a white or silver, newer model Mustang. The Mustang will have damage to the driver's side and possibly missing a driver's side mirror.
Witnesses said the driver was a white male with a white, female passenger.
On Friday, November 21, the Mustang drove through a closed lane on Highway 30 and hit Fredrick Mitchell, 38, of Baton Rouge. Mitchell was part of the construction team doing work on La. 30 near Highway 73.
Mitchell was taken to an area hospital with serious injuries.
State Police ask people to notify them with any tips related to this case.
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