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Police In Preston County Looking For Driver Who Hit Gas Line
Written by Andrew Forgotch
Last updated on November 15, 2012 @ 7:42PM
Created on November 15, 2012 @ 7:38PM
Police in Preston County are looking are looking for a driver who is said to have ran off the road, hit a car parked in driveway, hit a gas line, and then drove away.
Early Thursday morning emergency officials got a call from a woman living on the 2500 block of Saint Joe Road in Albright.
She claimed that she was woken up by because someone hit her car, and struck her gas meter.
When police got there they found that her car, that was parked in her driveway, had been hit. They also smelled and gas and found tire tacks close by which they believe belong to a pick-up truck or an SUV.
Now they're looking for a car like that, that might be damaged on the front passenger side.
Police also said the car they're looking for might have orange paint that came from the victim's car.
If you have any information call the Preston County Sheriff's Department at (304) 329-1611.

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