Authorities are asking for your help in locating the driver of a red Honda Prelude who was involved in a hit and run that caused another vehicle to crash into a Pascagoula home on Tuesday.
According to Pascagoula police Deputy Chief Matt Chapman the accident happened around 4:50 p.m.
Two witnesses told police the driver of the Honda was traveling northbound on Louise Street. They said a Hyundai Accent was traveling westbound on Ingalls Avenue at Louise Street.
That's when, according to witnesses, that Honda ran a stop sign and slammed into the Hyundai causing it to lose control and slam into a home at the corner of Ingalls and Louise Street. Chapman said the driver of the Honda fled the scene of the accident.
No injuries were reported, according to Chapman. The red Honda Prelude may or may not show damage.
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