Man Killed In Hit And Run Accident Tuesday Morning In Chickamauga

Tuesday, January 30, 2018

A man, 58, was killed in a hit and run accident Tuesday morning on Marble Top Road in Chickamauga.

The Walker County Sheriff's Office said, "The Sheriff's Office needs your assistance in locating a vehicle and driver involved in a hit and run accident. The vehicle is a blue/green Hyundai with heavy damage to the passenger side of the vehicle, missing front bumper and broken out tail lights. The driver is a white male wearing a hoodie. The vehicle was last seen traveling south bound on Marble Top Road towards Highway 136.

If you have any information regarding this driver or vehicle contact 911 immediately."


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