5 taken to hospital after a hit-and-run crash in Dayton

(WDTN Photo/Tyler Utzka)
(WDTN Photo/Tyler Utzka)
This car had one adult and four children inside when it was struck by another vehicle. That vehicle fled the scene. All 5 people inside were taken to area hospitals. (WDTN Photo/Tyler Utzka)
This car had one adult and four children inside when it was struck by another vehicle. That vehicle fled the scene. All 5 people inside were taken to area hospitals. (WDTN Photo/Tyler Utzka)

DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – A hit-and-run crash at James H. McGee and Edison Street Monday afternoon sent one adult and four children to the hospital.

Captain Matt McClain of the Dayton Fire Department tells 2 NEWS two vehicles were involved. One of them fled the scene.

The other vehicle had one adult and four children inside ranging in age from early teens to one-year-old. All of them were taken to various hospitals with non-life-threatening injuries.

Police are still looking for a black male suspect with dreadlocks, wearing a tan checkered shirt and tan pants who drove off in a red Ford Escort.

Fire officials tell 2 NEWS the children were not ejected from the car. It is unknown if seat belts were in use.

This incident is still under investigation.

 

 

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