Vegas police seek vehicle in gas station hit run
LAS VEGAS (AP) -- Las Vegas police are hoping that security video of a car striking a man in a convenience store parking lot will lead to an arrest in a hit-and-run road rage case.
The injured man, wearing red sweatshirt, is left writhing on the ground as a dark gray Honda Accord drives away a little before noon Feb. 6 at a gas station at Flamingo Road and Jones Boulevard.
Police Officer Laura Meltzer said Monday the man, in his 70s, suffered serious leg injuries.
The video shows the four-door car with tinted rear windows and a California license plate stopping for a moment as the man walks toward the store, and then knocking him to the pavement and driving away.
The store is about 2 miles west of the Las Vegas Strip.