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Limousine crashes into SUV -- then drives off


Police are on the lookout for a limousine driver who allegedly hit an SUV and caused it to roll.

The accident happened off of Bobby Hicks Highway in Gray.

According to the victims they T-boned by a white limousine while traveling down the road -- causing them to roll multiple times.

The driver then took off into an adjacent parking lot...

The two women in the car came out with minor injuries -- but question why the other driver did not stop

"Why did you not stop...why didn't you stop to make sure. We both are moms you know. It's sad that somebody would do something to somebody like that and not even stop to see if you were ok," said Kim Headrick, who was driving at the time.

The Johnson City Police are handling the investigation the other driver has not yet been arrested.

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