LEBANON, OH (FOX19) - Three people were injured in a hit-skip crash in Lebanon Monday night.
According to police, Cassidy Hill, 23, of Fort Thomas, was driving southbound on U.S. 42 at Old S.R. 122 when a white Ford Ranger, driven by an unknown white male, pulled out from the stop sign on Old S.R. 122 and struck Hill's vehicle on the right rear.
She lost control of the vehicle and went left of center and struck the vehicle of FFred Prewill, 53, of Wilmington, police said.
Officials said that is when the white Ford Ranger fled the scene eastbound on Middletown Road without checking for injuries from Hill or Prewitt.
53-year-old Tammy and Fred Prewitt were transported to Miami Valley Hospital with serious injuries. Hill was transported to the Atrium Hospital with serious injuries as well.
The white Ford Ranger was described as clean with damage to the front of the vehicle.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Lebanon Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol at 513-932-4444.