EL PASO, Texas - (Nov. 2012 story)
Police are searching for the drivers in two hit-and-run collisions in Central El Paso.
The first occurred around 2 a.m., near the intersection of Dyer and Fillmore.
Little information was available on this collision, but according to Emergency Medical Services workers, the man who was hit suffered life threatening injuries. He was sent to University Medical Center.
Police have not released information on the vehicle that hit the man.
The second collision happened around the 4 a.m. hour Saturday.
According to officials, a woman was struck by a truck and a baby was somehow involved. The accident happened at the intersection of Copia and Hayes.
The baby and the woman were both taken to a local hospital.
Officials said a baby carriage was found several blocks from where the collision occurred.
Police did not disclose whether the baby was in the carriage or not during the accident.
Dispatchers said a beige Chevy Tahoe may have been involved, but the driver has not been located.
(Nov. 2012 story)