Police find car they think it was used in Calgary hit-and-run

Police believe they have found the car used during a serious hit and run accident early Friday involving a construction worker.
They suspect the BMW was involved when the worker was struck on Blackfoot Trail under the Ogden road overpass that sent the worker to Foothills Hospital in serious, but stable condition.
The man was rushed to hospital with multiple fractures in his legs and had to undergo surgery.
"Our traffic division worked their magic and did their investigation," said Insp. Rob Williams, adding they are still working on a suspect.
It is believed the car was travelling between 80 to 100 km/h in an area with signage alerting drivers of speed limits of 50 km/h and 60 km/h.
Since then, the police say they have been "swarmed" with tips for sightings of the car.
Williams says citizens are no longer required to report suspected sightings as they are "pretty confident that this is the vehicle."

Reference : http://www.calgaryherald.com/news/Police+find+they+think+used+Calgary/4705271/story.html


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