Hit and run leaves vehicles teetering off Redding parking garage
REDDING — Authorities in Redding are searching for four people who reportedly fled from the scene of a crash that left their car and a pickup truck dangling precariously from the second level of the downtown parking structure located at Placer at California streets Sunday afternoon, Dec. 22.
According to officials, witnesses reported seeing four subjects flee from the scene of the crash and those individuals have not yet been located.
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Redding police officers were dispatched to the multi-level parking garage just after 4 p.m., after receiving reports of a two-vehicle collision, Redding Police Cpl. Chris Mills reported after the crash.
When officers arrived they found a blue Pontiac G6 that had collided into a parked white Ford F-250. The collision left both vehicles dangling dangerously over the edge of the garage’s second level, near the southeast corner of the parking structure.
A hit and run collision yesterday afternoon left two vehicles dangling precariously over the edge of the second floor of the elevated parking structure. RPD photo
Witnesses later told officers that four occupants from the Pontiac fled the scene prior to the arrival of officers. Despite searching the area, those subjects were not located and the Pontiac was subsequently impounded.
Although no injuries were reported, the railing to the elevated parking structure was also damaged in the collision.
Officials say they are continuing to investigate the hit and run and are actively searching for those who fled from the crash.
Anyone with information relative to this investigation is encouraged to contact the Redding Police Department at (530) 225-4200. Callers can refer to incident file number 19R084147 and can remain anonymous.
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