Police Searching For Vehicle After Fatal Hit And Run

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Updated: 11/04/2013 5:47 pm
The Kentucky State Police are investigating a fatal hit and run crash from over the weekend in Morgan County.

State Police say on Saturday night 48-year-old Tony Ross was walking and 41-year-old Elizabeth Thornsberry was driving on Kentucky 10-10.

When a truck hit both of them, then kept on going.

Investigators are now looking for a blue GMC Sierra 1500 model year 2002 to 2005 with an extended cab and short wheel base.

It’s dark blue with an extended cab.

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