TEANECK, NJ – The driver of a Mini Cooper fled into the woods after an early-morning collision with two other vehicles on Route 4, according to the Atlantic Daily Voice.
The accident occurred in Teaneck near Queen Anne Rd at about 2:30 a.m. when the driver of a brand-new Mini Cooper with Maryland plates struck an SUV. The impact then forced the SUV into a median.
The Mini Cooper swerved, then collided head-on with the concrete median, which left debris from the collision scattered across the highway.
After being told the police would be coming to the scene of the accident, the driver of the Cooper – described as a young white man between his teens and mid-20s with blonde hair – got out of the car and ran into the wooded area near the roadway.
A few moments after the driver had fled, a Mercedes sedan collided with the Cooper, which was then totaled in the accident.
No serious injuries were reported as a result of the collision.
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