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Overnight hit-and-run sends three to hospital

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Police are still looking for the suspects involved in a late night hit-and-run accident that sent three people to the hospital.

It happened near the intersection of Ross and 3rd Street shortly after one Sunday morning.

Police said the vehicle headed south on Ross/Mirror was driving on the wrong side of the road when it collided with another vehicle headed north on the roadway.

All three people in the car headed north were taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

Police aren't sure how many people were in the vehicle that caused the crash, because they exited the SUV and fled on foot before officers arrived on scene.

APD is still investigating.

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