AURORA, TX — One person was hurt after a serious car accident that happened in Aurora, Colorado on Thursday, April 9th, 2015. News reports out of Denver said that the accident happened around 7:00 Thursday night.
One person was hurt after a car hit a pedestrian on Colfax Avenue. Police said that the victim was trying to cross the street near Kingston when they were struck by a Silver BMW that fled the scene after the crash.
The victim was taken by EMS to a nearby hospital. The car was found a short time later not far from the scene.
The Aurora Police Department is investigating the accident at this time, and expect to release more information in the coming days.
Scene of the Accident
View of the Road
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