Authorities Seek Hit & Run Driver (Clare County, MI)

Another hit-and-run on an Amish buggy. This one happened yesterday in Clare County, Michigan, a place we recently covered here.

From 9and10news.com:

The Clare County Sheriff’s Department is asking for help to find whoever was behind the wheel during a hit-and-run with an Amish buggy.

Deputies says it happened Sunday on Beaverton Road.

They believe the car was possibly a Pontiac Grand Am or Grand Prix. It would be a dark green that matches a passenger-side mirror that broke off and was left at the scene.

If you know anything about this incident, call the Clare County Sheriff’s Department at (989) 539-7166.

(Update: source article removed at source). The mirror the driver left behind:

It’s not been reported if anyone was hurt.

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    1. Pat Monti

      Never any justifiable excuse for hit and run

      The saga of buggy accidents continues which is so very unfortunate. Hopefully no one was seriously inured. Regardless of the circumstances there’s never any justifiable excuse for hit and run.