To the Editor:
I would like to say that if your family member arrived home Friday, Sept. 6 and the driver’s side of their silver Ford was damaged it’s because they were involved in a hit-and-run. It happened near Reedy Creek Road at Hwy. 41 at about 3 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 6. This truck hit my ambulance in what was almost a head-on collision...the Ford truck will be missing a side mirror possibly have a busted headlight and damage to the paint down the driver’s side. And just know that the crew they hit was more concerned about the other driver than about themselves so they jumped out to check on the other driver. But by the time they got to the back of the ambulance that damaged Ford was straightening out the wheel and driving away from the crew he hit...no concern for the people they hit. Thank goodness after the adrenaline wore off, we were both uninjured. But things could have turned out a lot worse if I had also not been paying attention. Two more inches and things would not have been OK.