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Delta Police hope dash-cam video will help indentify driver who ran away after crash

Two rear passengers were seriously hurt in Oct. 25 crash on Kittson Parkway
Delta Police are looking for the driver of this grey 2003 Acura RSX after it crashed into trees on Oct. 25, seriously injuring two rear passengers. The driver ran away before first responders arrived. (Delta Police photo)

Police in Delta are hoping dash-cam footage will help identify the driver who ran away after the grey 2003 Acura RSX he was driving crashed into trees on Oct. 25, seriously injuring two rear passengers.

The single-car crash happened at about 12:30 a.m. on the eastbound side of the 11000 block of Kittson Parkway.

“Investigators are asking any independent witnesses to the crash, or pre-collision driving behaviour to contact investigators to assist in the investigation,” Delta Police stated in a Nov. 3 press release. “Additionally, if there were any dash-camera-equipped cars in the area, our investigators would like to review your video.”

“The amount of damage, the seriousness of the injuries as a result of the collision, and the fact that the driver fled the scene, are all significant reasons that investigators wish to identify the driver and compel this person to court,” acting Staff Sergeant Michael Whiteley stated.

It is not clear why the two people hurt in the crash are not co-operating with police to identify the driver. The North Delta Reporter has reached out for clarification.

If you saw the crash, have dash camera video from the area, or if you have information regarding the identity of the driver, Delta Police ask that you call 604-946-4411 and quote file number 2023-25080.

Beau Simpson

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