UPDATE: Man Who Fled Scene Of East Hampton Village Accident Turns Himself In - 27 East

UPDATE: Man Who Fled Scene Of East Hampton Village Accident Turns Himself In

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A man driving a Honda Accord fled after he crashed into a Toyota Tacoma pickup truck on Friday morning. LAURA WEIR

A man driving a Honda Accord fled after he crashed into a Toyota Tacoma pickup truck on Friday morning. LAURA WEIR

A man driving a Honda Accord fled after he crashed into a Toyota Tacoma pickup truck on Friday morning. LAURA WEIR

A man driving a Honda Accord fled after he crashed into a Toyota Tacoma pickup truck on Friday morning. LAURA WEIR

BY ALISHA STEINDECKER AND LAURA WEIR

on Jul 17, 2015
Update: Friday, 4:23 p.m. The man who fled the scene of the crash on Railroad Avenue in East Hampton Village on Friday morning turned himself in to village police about... more

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