RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) – A pedestrian was struck multiple times by the same minivan on a Wake County road near Raleigh in a Wednesday morning hit-and-run, according to North Carolina State Highway Patrol troopers.
According to troopers, a man was walking down the 5300-block of Rock Quarry Road when he was struck multiple times by a red minivan. The driver initially stopped and stayed with a witness at the scene, but the driver ended up leaving the scene before troopers arrived.
Troopers said a witness told them that the driver said they didn’t know the pedestrian.
Authorities are searching for a red minivan with heavy front-end damage.
Another witness later drove up to the scene and told troopers that she had seen the man earlier walking in the middle of Rock Quarry Road.
The pedestrian, identified as Julian Terrell Patterson-Scott, 27, of Raleigh, was transported to the hospital and later died, authorities said.
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