A t-bone crash in Tallahassee occurred Monday, and one of the cars took off.
It happened about 1 p.m. at the intersection of Capital Circle Northwest and Tharpe Street.
A spokesman for the Leon County Sheriff's Office says a gold car ran the light and was struck by a pickup truck. The driver of the truck was hospitalized with minor injuries, but the driver of the gold car took off.
Workers at a nearby convenience store say the young white man driving that gold car came in, bleeding from his face and head, grabbed a tissue and left.
LCSO Lt. Billy Fair says they're still looking for that car and driver. It was a gold Mazda 6 with temporary tags out of Georgia. It was last seen on I-10 headed east.
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