Sunday, June 21, 2020

KCPD Still Searching For Hit & Run Driver

Follow-up on a deadly Midtown Kansas City crash this morning . . . Local news shares images from the scene and a hope that witnesses will step up to help.

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KC police still looking for driver of vehicle that hit and killed woman near 43rd and Main early Sunday

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City, Missouri police say they have located the vehicle but are still looking for the driver that struck and killed a woman early Sunday morning. Police say the victim was crossing Main Street, west to east, when she was struck by a driver heading south who then left the scene.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Yet KCPD will tell you the most dangerous places are on the highways where they must write tickets to slow everyone down. Other than the school zone at this location, KCPD rarely write tickets here or on most of the side streets. They also have failed to address the street racers. This crash was caused by cars racing.

Anonymous said...

My guess is look for a $500 car with 22” rims, real dark tint, loud bass playing some hip hop shit and the drivers seat leaning way back. Car will smell strongly of marijuana and have a few empty Colt .45 malt liquor bottles in back.

Hyperblogal said...

Had a temp tag and the Car Dealer paper is still on it. Shouldn't be too hard.

Anonymous said...

Holy Cow Batman, how fucking fast were they going?

Anonymous said...

Pedestrian shouldn't have been jay walking. idiot

G. Washington said...

@ 1013 - That is your justification? You are an idiot !

Anonymous said...

How am i an idiot? That's what happens when you break the law. BAD THINGS.
Just like the hispanic bike rider that died on Broadway a few months ago. He was sloppy drunk riding his bike (breaking the law) he ran the red light at the intersection and now is flat as a pancake. Obey the law idiots.

Anonymous said...

I've seen intersections must more dangerous to walkers than crossing mid-street. A lot of people come up to intersections to take a "right on red," but hardly slow down to do that. I see that as the biggest danger at large intersections.