Police: Drivers left scene of 4-vehicle crash
Two drivers left the scene of a four-vehicle crash on Saturday afternoon on Clay Pike, according to state police.
Authorities said one vehicle struck a Honda Accord about 12:10 p.m. near the intersection with Mars Hill Road. The collision caused the Accord to hit a Dodge Intrepid and a Chevrolet Cruze that was parked.
The driver of the first vehicle fled and has not been identified. The driver of the Accord, Jacqueline M. Panarello, 27, of Monessen, left on foot but was later identified by police, according to a news release.
Kenneth L. Robson, 75, of Pittsburgh was driving the Dodge Intrepid. Robson and Panarello were not injured.
Panarello was cited for driving with a suspended license, according to police.
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