UPDATE: Hit-and-run driver accused of hitting Ashland bicyclist comes forward

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Suspect vehicle may resemble vehicle pictured above, photograph does not depict actual suspect vehicle

“Suspect vehicle may resemble vehicle pictured above, photograph does not depict actual suspect vehicle,” Ashland police said.

ASHLAND, Va. — Police say the driver accused in a hit-and-run accident that injured a bicyclist Thursday afternoon in Ashland turned themselves into authorities on Saturday.

Officials said the accident happened around 2:50 p.m. as the vehicle traveling in the far right southbound lane in the 700 block of Route 1. That’s when the car struck the bicyclist traveling in the same lane.

The victim suffered non-life threatening injuries.

“The suspect vehicle may be a silver 2006-2009 Ford Fusion SEL, Ford Fusion mid-range or Mercury Milan with passenger side damage including a missing passenger side mirror,” Ashland police wrote in a news release.

Officials said that the accident us still being investigated and that criminal charges are pending.

If you have information that could help investigators, call the Ashland Police Department at 804- 412-0600 or Crime Stoppers at 804-780-1000.


  • mbaker9105

    Driver, turn yourself in. You’d be surprised how forgiving victims, authorities, and people in general are when some true remorse is shown. Everyone understands panicking and how the “fight or flight” can make some people react differently than they normally would. Prove to yourself and those around you that you have what it takes to earn their respect. You really don’t want this on your conscience.

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