UPDATE: New Details In Search For Driver After Deadly Laurel Co. Collision

Contributor: Lance Vaught
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Updated: 5/13 8:50 pm
New details were just released in the search for a driver involved in a deadly collision.

Laurel County Deputies confirmed that the driver who pulled out in front of a motorcycle last Wednesday was a female.

The Sheriff's Office was still trying to find the woman almost one week after the collision.

Investigators said Randy Scott, 71, Lexington, was on a motorcycle on Hazel Patch Road when a Dodge Neon pulled out in front of him.

Deputies said the woman driving the car got out of the vehicle and ran off into the woods.

The Sheriff's Office said it had some leads in the investigation.

Deputies also said the Dodge Neon wasn't properly registered.

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